The Grill Team was joined by James Maloney from Blues Camp this morning, with the topic of the short-turnaround a big part of the conversation.
"It's more relaxed, especially off the field, away from training," Maloney said.
"When we're on the field, the sessions are very intense. But I think that's good."
Maloney also weighed in on the short-turnaround debate, saying that while there was less time to get ready, it's meant the squad is having to get more done in a shorter amount of time.
"Normally with the long build-up, you don't really think about it too much - you just get through a week and then have a short build-up to the actual game," he said.
"It just means it's a bit more intense when you're in camp."