Specific and measurable off-season training

In the last post I explained how hard work and consistency of training do not necessarily translate to improved on-ice performance for hockey. As well, they are no guarantee that the potential for injury will be reduced. In this post I’ll share what the components of a off-season hockey training program should be.

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So what are your predictions for the Stanley Cup playoffs? Is your team in the running? As with many other Canadians those of us in British Columbia are not represented in this year’s run to the Cup. Being a patriotic Canadian I will cheer for the Canadiens.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Is your work work misdirected?

What are your plans for hockey this fall? Are you looking to move on to another level? Do you have aspirations to make a new team? Read the rest of this entry »

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Kelowna Chiefs training at Okanagan Peak Performance Inc

It’s getting to that time of year again. Teams that didn’t make playoffs are cleaning out their lockers and starting to make their way home. Even the players who did make it into the playoffs are through one round and possibly set to begin the next. Read the rest of this entry »

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Skating is a huge part of the game of hockey. Everyone has heard the stories of players who were gifted in certain aspects of the game or who had all the other requisite tools but didn’t go far or didn’t get drafted. Read the rest of this entry »

2 Responses to “Free Cutting-Edge Skating Assessment Offered”

  • Greg Mcleod says:

    Very interested to have my son participate in the skating assesment.

    • admin says:

      Hi Greg: I’ll check with Scott, who offers the skating assessment, and see if there are plans to do so again.

      All the best,

      Okanagan Peak Performance Inc.

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