The duo have been in charge of the Scottish giants for less than two weeks, but they are already starting to have an effect on the tea.
The Gers defeated Hibernian 2-0 away from home on Sunday to enhance their chances of finishing second in the Scottish Championship this season.
Black has now highlighted the hard work the entire team is putting in training in order to secure a place in the playoffs.
“I think that players will play the game the same way that they train,” the 51-year-old told Rangers’ official website.
“I think on a Monday to a Friday you put in the work on the training ground and that should set you up for how you go and look after yourselves on a Saturday.
“Myself and Stuart certainly believe that if the players put the work in on the training ground it should stand them in good stead.”
Rangers are back in Scottish Championship action on Saturday, when they welcome Cowdenbeath to Ibrox in Glasgow.
The Scottish giants are currently third in the league table with 52 points from 28 matches, just three points behind second-placed Hibernian with a game in hand.
Rangers will face Hearts (H), Queens of the South (A), Raith Rovers (H), Livingston (A), Dumbarton (A), Falkirk (H) and Hearts (A) in their remaining Championship games this season.