01/17 Live Q&A – Hip Flexibility, Goalie Cardio, & Back Surgery Recovery

Hey guys! Sarah here with this weeks live Q&A! If you missed out on Maria’s Facebook Live Hockey Goalie Q&A on 01-17-2019, I have the video for you right here: https://youtu.be/cKiorN6to-I   And in case you don’t have time to watch the whole video, below are the topics discussed along with where you can find…

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Assisted Hip Opener for Goalies

Next time you see a toddler, admire their squat pattern. You will see them in a perfect balanced effortless squat without any training, warm-up, myofascial release… they don’t even think about it, they just do it. That’s because the squat is one of our Primal Movement Patterns (I first heard this description from Paul Chek);…

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Goalie Training: BG Hip Block for better puck handling and more stable hips

The key to getting those quick powerful shots with the puck when you need to rim it around the boards or make a laser quick pass up to your D is learning how to generate the power from your legs and hips and then transfer that to your upper body and stick without losing power…

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One tight hamstring!?

Hey again. So last week, did a post about how Carey Price looks so smooth. And we talked about neutral pelvis. In that video I showed you how to find neutral pelvis, and then how to progress into learning to train with it and learning to move with neutral pelvis. So one of the guys…

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