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Sports scientists from Sheffield Hallam University are helping world champion boxer Kell Brook prepare for his huge fight against Gennady Golovkin.
The IBF welterweight champion will move up two weight divisions to challenge Golovkin – nicknamed 'Triple G' – at the O2 Arena in September and has enlisted the help of strength and conditioning coaches at the University's centre for sport and exercise science to prepare him for the fight.
The team of experts helped him prepare for his 2014 title\-clinching victory over Shawn Porter. They have already been putting him through a series of physiological tests to look at his strength and speed.
I've worked with these guys before and we've achieved some great results. They've got everything a fighter needs here and they've got all the data on me so they know where I need to be.
I gel really well with the team here and this is the place for me to get the best out of me. They know me inside out and I am very confident that they can get me where I need to be.
These tests allow us to assess what needs to be done when we get to camp. It allows us to see what areas we need to work on and how we can structure his training sessions and the exercises he does.
We will be performing tests that will isolate specific components of the way his body uses energy to analyse and evaluate his strengths and weaknesses.
Kell Brook will step up a weight to take on Gennady Golovkin who currently holds all four world middleweight titles.
Sheffield's unbeaten IBF world welterweight champion will face the US-based Kazakh, who is also unbeaten.
Golovkin has knocked out 32 of his 35 opponents so far.
The fight will take place at London's O2 Arena on September the 10th.