03/21 Live Q&A – Mobility Training, Reaction Time, & Beginner Goalies

Hey guys! Sarah here with this weeks live Q&A! If you missed out on Maria’s Facebook Live Hockey Goalie Q&A on 03-21-2019, I have the video for you right here:


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 in the video:

Introduction | 00:00-00:43
If I’m doing multiple activities a day when should I do my mobility training with the Strategic Mobility program? | 00:43-01:44
Could you explain a little more about finding the iliacus? | 01:44-02:49
For your kneeling groin FRC exercises should the contraction part mean I am supposed to spread the knees wider? | 02:49-03:34
I am having sore knees on the ice, do you have any drills to help this get better? | 03:34-04:55
Do you have any resources for a rookie goalie coach? | 04:55-06:26
Should goalies only learn one style/move? | 08:45-09:52
Any stretches to improve blade engagement for slide pushes for goalies that use more toe action or heal action | 09:52-10:29
I understand that you cannot improve the speed of reaction but at what age can you test it? | 10:29-12:45
Can you explain where it hurts when you have FAI? | 12:55-13:42
Do you have a link for a video that has stretches for a groin injury? | 13:42-14:19
Can you give me tips on the steps I can take to becoming a goalie as a beginner? | 14:19-16:09
Outro | 16:09-16:21
Hope you enjoy! Happy training! – Sarah