05/03 Live Q&A – Knee injuries, goalie flexibility, & cardio

Hey guys! Sarah here with this weeks live Q&A! If you missed out on Maria’s Facebook Live Hockey Goalie Q&A on 04-27-2018, I have the video for you right here: https://youtu.be/ROS5912A0WE 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…

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04/27 Live Q&A – Young goalies, stretching, & groin injuries

Hey guys! Sarah here with this weeks live Q&A! If you missed out on Maria’s Facebook Live Hockey Goalie Q&A on 04-27-2018, I have the video for you right here: https://youtu.be/cL6I2reNKYA 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…

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Getting Rid of Plantar Fasciitis

This one is painful and like many injuries it can become chronic (talking months and months of pain) if you don’t take care of it right away. It is not something that will typically just go away on its own. The plantar fascia is a wide connective tissue band that runs from your heel to…

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You Have Just Strained Your Hip Flexor. Here’s What to do.

This will resonate with both goalies and skaters. It can happen on the ice or during your off-ice training. You make a move and ‘zoink’ you feel that pain in the front of your hip. You don’t feel pain at rest, but when you try to extend your hip – like when you walk and…

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How To Avoid Getting Fat When Injured

How Hockey Players Avoid Getting Fat When You Are Injured… This article is really a prequel to the article I wrote on How To Get Back On The Ice After Injury HERE.  You can make that process harder or easier for yourself based on how much you ‘slide’ during your injury time. It is natural…

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Getting Back On The Ice After Injury

 Getting Back On The Ice After Injury Injuries are a part of most sports.  I challenge you to find a hockey player who played a long career at a fairly high level who was never injured.  Some (many) injuries are preventable through proper training, but others are unavoidable such as getting sandwiched into the boards…

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