JFIFC    $ &%# #"(-90(*6+"#2D26;=@@@&0FKE>J9?@=C  =)#)==================================================\K" }!1AQa"q2#BR$3br %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz w!1AQaq"2B #3Rbr $4%&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz ?UZŝ)1\D8|'Iw+!g^⫈nmmb;W36q3a{~5Rv"=xvݼur6啱PAr񬈠p0ڵtOϤ\,px )mj(k]5sJR&vyCR1Y!5s,p1׊Y Bkɽ;i^+nƐZʰ_ir˻:JVZ#@$;tEwƃ.<ٷ•U#7fFtVmxQY6yl2㝦<۳V@){7A3o]բ fOT6js:EҮE.'y&\pȧ2}:ײX46s$!nq׊Z%i "ʇ,s+Xix1UGď&FuCK]*!%nor3Yie8?X|{ZMhyom9s=٢Bq+/.VxQE/-y5SORpФKٕ3^ZExOXiH *Դx{9-ܘF3vl[KEwrhik,i񅵈%8Z߼6)~{pQ(#IUx=+U$ψiB;$q5+4½?[4+-Hu9důnp===k\ڒWkz޷qFq/ z1*ƽwij2Oahmc#BV;`Lԩ ;]/!]q:}odSi5k!HQaYsEqPg{zopstBKǷs:([fXL2w:O;mf0'>k5Ͳ$[; _ԧ\? ӿl2g.6(64]dwI2;Vܩ+w5|KL#QDYyVq$U/nT3"XQk9+𢵖LVrq\/ۮ cYFMT^ڙQΧz >~U^Ҽ, Axo/("aҪ܊))lmxF\}HoM~6F_qUAOIk;B{wa u(ƏJg$pqwt8OdTgЏ`M["r~}Fv0=qZ)Z`m"sk{`n[9w%ow]|[Ode:ej+ƭ-X\J7Ry$(K o0U>ӻySYժUC5ዣ%:>fjA16i:XsuM%Kiη`Q?{?ʗ\H?/a#M>J S/Y=)EYXS4yfºK~ o"?ߟVMHISTORY OF BFS AS THE JAZZ <BR></STRONG><STRONG>STRENGTH COACHES</STRONG></P> <P align=left>Dr. Greg Shepard started with the Jazz in 1981.&nbsp; He was watching a sports show and head basketball coach, Tom Nissalke, was complaining about how few rebounds his big people were getting for the Jazz.&nbsp; He threw a pillow at the TV and yelled, "You dummy.&nbsp; Why don't you have your big guys lift so they can jump higher, get bigger and fill up the paint with some aggressive muscle."&nbsp; Then, he thought maybe he was the dummy and that he should tell him in person.&nbsp; So he did.&nbsp; He was immediately hired and has been with the Jazz up through the 1997 season.&nbsp; At that time in 1981, he was the only strength coach in the NBA.&nbsp; His BFS partner, Bob Rowbotham, was used as a source for flexibility training and his other BFS partner, Greg Shepard, did most of the strength training with the Jazz players in the 1990's and traveled with the team. </P> <P align=center><STRONG>ABOUT THE 1996-97<BR>UTAH JAZZ</STRONG></P> <P align=left><STRONG>* The Jazz won 64 regular season games, a franchise record.</STRONG></P> <P align=left><STRONG>* The Jazz had the best post-All Star record (31-4) of any NBA team.</STRONG></P> <P align=left><STRONG>* Won the Midwest Division c