Before receiving their customary day off on Tuesday, most of the Galaxy were on the field for a light training session on Monday morning. For the first time in three weeks, the club is preparing for a home game, with the New York Red Bulls coming into town on Saturday.
Most of the players made their way up to the training field and participated in a lively session that last just over an hour of mostly small-sided games.
The players who played significant minutes on Saturday stayed inside for a regeneration session that included time in the cold plunges, whirlpools and saunas, as well as a good amount of time with the Galaxy medical staff, as they begin to get their bodies ready for another physical match this weekend against New York.
Once they wrapped up in the trainer's room, everyone headed up to the training field to watch the end of the training session before everyone made the short walk over to the Athlete's Performance for a light gym session and some yoga.
After missing the last two games with an irritation in his right knee, Kyle Patterson was back on the training field along with the rest of the players who did not travel or play on the weekend. Tristan Bowen also did some work after missing the game in Colorado with a knee sprain, while Yohance Marshall, who went on the Disabled List on Friday, spent the day inside to work with the medical staff.