NEW!! Ultimate 12-Minute Goalie Warm Up.

If you do not already have your copy of the Ultimate Goalie Training system I have bundled the two together and you will end up getting the Ultimate 12-Minute Goalie Warm-Up, the Ultimate Goalie Training System and all of the bonuses.

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Ultimate 12-Minute Goalie Warm-Up…coming soon!

It is the Ultimate 12-Minute Goalie Warm-Up and it will help you dominate from the second the puck drops.

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Are you wasting half of your ice time?

I don’t know any hockey players who want to waste their ice time, but if you are not performing a proper warm-up that is exactly what you are doing.

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Am I injured or just sore? Part Two

How can I tell what I have? Am I injured or just sore? Here are some telltale signs that you have an injury that requires at very least some rest or an evaluation by a qualified and experienced sport physio.

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Are you injured or just sore?

Hockey players have acute body aches and pains following games or off-ice training routinely and in this post I will share a few of the common causes.

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New way for skaters and hockey goalies to train hip stabilizers.

A common mistake when training hockey players is focusing on the large prime movers and ignoring the smaller stabilizing muscles. Thinking in terms of the quads and glutes, but ignoring the deep hip rotators.

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How Hockey Goalies can use the TRX to Stretch

I will post a few different exercises for hockey goalies over the next few days, but here is a nice way for goalies to stretch their groins using the TRX.

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Are your goalie stretches reducing your flexibility?

If you try to accelerate your progress, you may actually decrease your flexibility.

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Top Three Hip Stretches for Hockey Goalies

I tried to include in this article and video the three hip stretches for goalies that you are probably not doing.

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Muscle imbalance in hockey players contributes to back pain.

Occasionally there are some athletes who actually have weak back extensors, but more often than not this discomfort is related to muscle imbalances.

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