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So today was a great day.

Because we sent out contracts for our first ever Okanagan Strength & Conditioning Conference. And we’ve lined up some big names to present at this event.

While I can’t name names just yet, as we need to have all the contracts signed first, it will be an epic event.

Hockey players, coaches and trainers would benefit greatly by attending this event. We are bringing in 5 different coaches and experts that train athletes at the highest levels of their sports.

One coach in particular has his name on the Stanley Cup.

I’ll let that sink in for a bit.

We’re talking about a strength and conditioning coach currently employed in the NHL in that capacity who has prepared players who won the Cup.

And he’s going to be speaking at our event. And he will be available to hang out with at our conference social. Plus we are trying to arrange for him to provide some extra coaching to our staff and hockey players that train here in the summer.

Now let me ask you something…how valuable would it be to you to be able meet, connect and learn from one of the most respected strength and conditioning coaches in the NHL?

What questions would you have for this coach?

What areas of your off-season training could be improved by spending some time with a coach of this calibre?

Obviously this type of opportunity would be invaluable. But here’s the kicker…these types of coaches aren’t readily available for these types of events. They work hard during the season and they have a number of commitments during the off-season. Any free time at all is spent with their families.

So we feel very fortunate to have someone like coming to our event to present, teach and help.

And I want to make sure you take advantage of this opportunity if it’s within your means. With that in mind I want to give you a special bonus for following this blog and demonstrating the commitment to improving your game. Here’s what I’d like to do.

Because many of you aren’t local to Kelowna I want to invite you to train at our facility for the week prior to our event. If you purchased a copy of PremierHockeyTraining.com you can access our facility for no additional cost.

Plus I will be there while you are training and be able to coach you through many of the lifts, exercises and drills you are working on.

Plus you will be able to train alongside many of the other hockey players we will be working with. This includes NHL players, European, NCAA, CIS, Junior as well as minor hockey league players.

If you need accomodations we have arranged a great rate with a hotel down the street from our facility.

Lastly, there may be a chance to do some of your training under the watchful eye of an NHL strength coach. I can’t promise you this yet but am working on making it happen.

If you are serious about improving your performance in hockey you owe it to yourself to be in Kelowna for the week leading up to August 17-18. It’s an amazing city and a great opportunity to train with many other highly motivated hockey players, in an incredible facility with top level coaching.

Leave me a comment below if you are interested or would like more details.

Chris                                                                                                                                                                                                                      onsidehockeytraining.com

 

 

When we train for hockey it is to improve our performance in hockey. Because while hockey players may utilize powerlifting, Olympic lifting, sprints and other types of training in their efforts to improve it is always for the purpose of:
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