01/26 Live Q&A – Recovery Tips, Tibialis Anterior Muscle & IT Band Syndrome

Hey guys! Sarah here with this weeks live Q&A! If you missed out on Maria’s Facebook Live Hockey Goalie Q&A on 01-26-2018, I have the video for you right here:  https://youtu.be/tetVuokfyAI 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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01/12 Live Q&A – Fitness Trainer Advice, Young Goalies, & High Groin Strain

Hey guys! Sarah here with this weeks live Q&A – from NEW YORK!! If you missed out on Maria’s Facebook Live Hockey Goalie Q&A on 01-12-2018, I have the video for you right here:  https://youtu.be/bcFSd5S1L-A And in case you don’t have time to watch the whole video, below are the topics discussed along with where…

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Skip These Three Exercises If You Have Knee Pain

You know that I am going to start by saying this…If you have knee pain, then go see your sport med doc or sport physiotherapist to get it checked out. There are a million reasons why your knee could be sore and without knowing you are decreasing your chances of doing the things that will…

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What To Do As Soon As Your Season Ends…

It is the same story year after year. Only two teams are going to go all…the…way. Only two teams will make it to the final game of the season (or maybe a handful go to the championship tournament), the rest of the teams drop off as play-offs roll along. So what should you do when…

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Your Super Simple Post Workout Meal

Biggest Nutrition Mistake Hockey Players Make… You make good nutrition too difficult and because you make it too difficult you fool yourself into believing that you don’t have time or the resources to eat properly. So here is one solution for you, it is a super simple post workout (or practice or game) meal that…

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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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What Limits Turn-Over Rate On The Ice?

You learned in elementary school that velocity is distance divided by time. So the faster you cover a distance the greater your velocity. On the ice, the distance you cover is dictated by your stride frequency and the propulsive force you put into the ice. So you can increase your speed on the ice by…

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