The Secret to Reducing Your Risk of Sports Hernia.

The other day I sent out a tweet on ‘The Twitter’ with a quick tip for those hockey players who want to reduce their risk of sports hernia (which is every single one of you). The tip…strengthen your adductors.

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Keeners – help banish muscle imbalances.

Hey Gang, I know you all appreciate by now how muscle imbalances contribute to injuries.  Notice I did not say they ‘may’ contribute to injuries – they do PERIOD.  My…

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What if you just FEEL more flexible?

When you do a goalie flexibility program like the Ultimate Guide for Durable and Flexible Hips, you see your range of motion improve. You find you can get deeper into your splits without discomfort. Can you tell me why?

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How Hockey Goalies Get a Better Splits.

To many hockey goalies the holy grail of flexibility is the splits. So it is not odd that I get several emails every month asking, “What stretch will let me do the splits?” If only it were that easy my friends. There are at least three things limiting any goalie from doing the splits.

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Home Workout for Goalies & Experiment in Commitment

Start with this home workout for goalies. Perform each exercise for 30 seconds. Rest 10-15 seconds between each exercise and complete 2-4 circuits. You can do this workout 2-4 times per day – but make sure your technique is perfect, otherwise you may injure yourself. Some of the exercises are pretty advanced. This is not a beginner workout routine.

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A FREE 14-Day Flexibility Challenge for Hockey Goalies

The Ultimate Guide to Flexible and Durable Hips for Goalies includes a video demonstrating each exercise and a training manual (in PDF format) that tells you exactly how to implement these exercises into your routine over. I even challenge you to give it a try for just 14-days (spending less than 10-minutes per day) and notice what a dramatic difference you will see on the ice with just a small change to your routine off the ice.

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Time to Re-Evaluate PLUS Goalie Training Q&A

I gave you a quick off-ice evaluation that you could do on yourself to monitor either your progress with your program or your regression. Well, time to redo that test and see how you measure up.

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Off-Ice Goalie Drill for Crease Backside Recovery

I have a new off-ice goalie drill for you today – yes, you do get to wear your knee pads and hockey socks around for this one. My goal with this dryland drill was to help you with your backside recovery, to help you maintain level shoulders as you move laterally and to provide an off-ice goalie drill that would help you transition from your butterfly back up to the ready position.

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How to Map Your Way to Success.

Can you picture where you want to be. What type of goalie do you want to be? Be specific, what do you want your save percentage to be (think of the exact number). Do you want to play college, OHL, pro or dominate your men’s league. When you close your eyes, can you clearly picture it?

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The best online resources for hockey training info.

Here is the list of people who I think are worth reading online and some of their very best hockey training articles…

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