12/20 Live Q&A – Goalie Injuries, Warm Ups, & Strength Exercises

Hey guys! Sarah here with this weeks live Q&A! If you missed out on Maria’s Facebook Live Hockey Goalie Q&A on 12-13-2018, 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 | 00:00-00:48
Do flexed/tighter muscles move faster? Or will holding muscles tighter deplete too much energy? | 00:48-05:31
Do you have any stretches that would help a small ache/pain in the lower back? | 05:31-07:42
What do you have goaltenders do to warm up the legs for dry land training or to keep up on their flexibility? | 08:19-10:36
I’m wondering if I should be doing the Butterfly challenge since I have a (playable) groin injury | 10:36-12:26
Hip impingement talk | 12:26-16:27
I pulled my inner abductor/groin on my right side – just wondering how long it takes to heal? | 16:27-18:45
What is your favourite off-ice strength exercise for goalies? | 19:16-21:25
My son pulled his patellar tendon – any suggestions for preventing in the future? | 22:13-22:46
What does hip impingement feel like? | 23:19-24:40
A player fell on my leg and I thought I injured my groin but the bruising is on my hamstring – what do you think? | 26:19-27:44
Outro | 27:44-29:33

Hope you enjoy! Happy training! – Sarah