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This week’s episode of “In the Trenches” featured Justin Tress, who talked about his experience as Michigan’s newest weightlifting leader.

Given that Ben Herbert had attended Sherrone Moore’s inaugural press conference just a few days before to his departure for the Los Angeles Chargers, the Michigan football community was somewhat taken aback by his announcement.

But Moore moved quickly, designating assistant strength coach Justin Tress as the new leader.

Together with Herbert, Tress moved to Michigan in 2018. They were originally from Arkansas. As Herbert’s dependable right-hand man, he rose through the ranks and is now in a position to continue the culture that was created over the previous few years.

For those outside the program, Tress remains somewhat mysterious. Tress attempted to address some of those queries and spoke about his new position with the team during his appearance on this week’s episode of “In The Trenches” with Jon Jansen.

Regarding his recent promotion, Tress commented, “That’s a life-changing experience.”

“It was a dream, and it’s something you only dream of—coming from my mentor, Ben Herbert, to take over after him. Nothing I owned.

For a while, it seemed logical to assume that Tress would attempt to emulate Herbert, given how effectively that strategy had worked. Even though Tress doesn’t intend to make many changes, it appears that the person in charge will be the only one.

“The important thing to remember is that not everything about what we do and how we do it needs to change.

” stated Tress. “To sign my name on it is just me being myself.

Stay true to who I have been since coming here; it has brought me this far.

The most important thing is to just keep developing relationships with the players.

Herbert’s appointment to Jim Harbaugh’s team was

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