Laois Hurling boss Eddie Brennan says training levels remain too high.
Laois Senior Hurling manager thinks modern inter-county players are training harder than some professional athletes.
Eddie Brennan says there's still too much training happening at inter-county level.
The O'Moore county championships began at the weekend and he's taking in a number of games in the coming month as he prepares his panel for the return to the Leinster Championship.
He says the GAA should be using this time to streamline the calendar:
Meanwhile, GAA president John Horan has asked members not to get downhearted or despondent.
Club games will continue to play out in front of crowds of no more than 200 after the government suspended progress to phase 4 of their roadmap.
Horan says the GAA respects the government decision, despite having lobbied for an increase in crowd sizes.