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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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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 »

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 »