02/21 Live Q&A – Mobility Training, FAI, & Sprained Ankles

Hey guys! Sarah here with this weeks live Q&A! If you missed out on Maria’s Facebook Live Hockey Goalie Q&A on 02-21-2019, I have the video for you right here:

https://youtu.be/bi4sSH5WgQc

And in case you don’t have time to watch the whole video, below are the topics discussed along with where you can find them in the video:

Introduction | 00:00-05:09
What did you study at university? | 05:09-05:37
Should I complete the Strategic Mobility program before I do the Butterfly Challenge 3.0? | 08:10-09:48
What should I do if I can’t find a team or goalie coach? 09:48-10:53
Once I’m done Strategic Mobility should I start all over again or continue to do the last phase? | 10:53-13:05
Do you have any tips for buying your first pads? | 13:39-14:46
Are we predisposed to FAI or is it something that is developed over time? | 14:56-18:40
Can I do the Strategic Mobility program and Beer League MVP at the same time? | 19:16-19:26
I really like the SMR exercises in Butterfly Challenge 3.0, can I do these exercises longer than the time stated? | 19:26-21:15
What are some hip mobility exercises other than pigeon flow and butterfly flow? Can I do mobility training when I first wake up? | 23:20-25:29
Can you help me with some questions for my paper for university? | 25:29-27:27
Any strength and stretching exercises to recover from a sprained ankle? | 27:27-32:05
Who is winning as a Minor Hockey Association in Goalie Development? | 32:31-34:13
I’m left side dominant. How would I get stronger on my right leg to balance out my lower body? | 34:18-35:26
Scar tissue from MCL and patella tear causes the patella to be off and that causes swelling, any exercises that can help? | 35:26-37:20
Do you have exercises for agility or strength? Is it fine to do the same routine or should I change it up? | 39:23-40:15
Do you have any recommendations for off-ice training for a 13-year-old? | 40:25-41:15
Can you post some content on hips? | 41:15- 41:50
Outro | 41:50-42:42
Hope you enjoy! Happy training! – Sarah

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