After having the bye last weekend, Leeton-Whitton will be looking to take fresh legs into their clash with Ganmain Grong Grong Matong on Saturday afternoon.
It has been a tough start to the season which sees the Crows heading into the middle part of the season still searching for the first win but coach Daniel Muir said performance against the Swans has the side looking up.
"The first quarter was obviously a bit disappointing, but we managed to go with them for the rest of the game," he said.
"I gave the boys Saturday off to freshen them up a bit, and it seems to have worked.
"They trained well last night (Tuesday), and it was probably the best we have trained in quite a while. Now we just need to carry this into Thursday's session and then into the game on Saturday."
Even with the tough start to the season, Muir is happy to see his side taking a positive approach to training.
"It was always going to be a tough year for us," he said.
"Some of the boys have transitioned straight from junior footy into seniors and expected to play a role straight away rather than playing a few reserves game to get used to playing with seniors.
"To their credit, the boys are still turning up to training with a positive approach and are looking to learn."
The Crows will be without the services of Bryce O'Garey who will return to full training next week while Josh Thomas injured his ankle in the loss to the Swans and will face a fitness test on Thursday night.
Muir was hopefully the side would be able to make some inclusions in the coming weeks.
"We are getting a few boys back of the university break so they will be around for a few games," he said.
"It's not like they are completely new. They did the preseason with us and know the systems and will the injury toll there is no reason why we can't give them a run."
The Crows will hit the road to take on the Lions with first bounce set down for 2.10pm on Saturday afternoon at the Ganmain Sportsground.