DBM4| Anti Yoga Exercises For Hockey Goalies

Anti Yoga Exercises For Hockey Goalies

DYNAMIC BUTTERFLY MASTERY| LESSON 4 I know lots of ice hockey goalies LOVE yoga and the good news is, you can still do yoga. If that is the only way you will do consistent stretching, then keep it going. For the serious goalies looking for a better way to improve their on-ice mobility, which actually…

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04-23-2020 Live Q&A – Look At Adding To Your Knee Stack

Hey guys, Kevin here with Maria’s Facebook Live Q&A incase you missed it.  And just a reminder that the Shutout Academy is opening up for enrolment next Friday.  If you don’t have time to watch the full video, here’s the times we talked about each specific topic below: 0:52 – Should I do the butterfly…

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ICE HOCKEY GOALIES – Stop Every Shot With These 3 Moves

As a hockey goalie, you are NOT going to stop every single shot. #truth #ouch But you can drastically increase your chances by developing the goalie specific stamina and stability that we review in this brand new video.  We hit the ice to go through how these elements help you on the ice and then…

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Productive vs. Painful – how to use the lacrosse ball for mobility

This could be a follow up to the post on Focused Practice because you are leaving a lot on the table when you use the lacrosse ball (LAX) for your self-myofascial release. You tend to do the exact same spots in the exact same way over and over again. You probably saw some results early…

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Pistol Flow For Goalies – hips, legs, core oh my!

Words pretty much cannot describe this advanced mobility drill for goalies, so you better start off by watching the video, then I will come back to give you the key points… You will notice that I call this a Mobility Drill, which is one of the foundations of my MS3 Method of off-ice development. The…

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3 Key Body Parts Goalies Neglect To Stretch (but shouldn’t)

You and your groins – you are all about your groins, stretch, stretch, stretch! But there are lots of other areas that have a huge impact on your performance that you absolutely forget, so I am going to give you three stretches that you must complete every time you even think about stretching your groins.…

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The Easiest Thing Any Goalie Can Do To Improve Performance

  Have you ever meet an accomplished pitcher who didn’t do long toss or never did maintenance exercises for his or her shoulder? Ever? I know I haven’t. It is part of their culture – now sometimes the things they do for that shoulder maintenance make no sense to me, but that is another story.…

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Working on your Front Splits (video)

Hey Gang, My friend Tyler Bramlett (not Coach Tyler who works with me) is one of the guys in my Mastermind Group – he is also one of the guys in my ‘accountability group’ that I told you about in an email a few weeks ago. Anyway, he was telling me about a sale he…

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Grainy video from Vegas & multiplanar flexibility

Okay, so this is going to be a super short post today. Somehow it takes about a week to catch up from missing one day in the gym last week – not sure how that works exactly, but it is what it is. Anyway, when I was in Vegas I was talking to my friend Rick Kaselj of ExercisesForInjuries.com and we were talking about groins….well, you know what I mean, we were talking about groin injuries in hockey players. Anyway we were talking about how so many players use uniplanar stretching techniques when what they really need is multiplanar stretching.

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Bottom Up Dryland Goalie Training: The Spine

To summarize, the number one thing you should work on is posture, then work on rotation and extension. Keep your t-spine working the way it is meant to and save yourself low back pain, shoulder pain and/or neck pain. You will also be taller in the net and look bigger in goal sending shivers down the spine of all those shooters out there.

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