DBM4| Anti Yoga Exercises For Hockey Goalies

Anti Yoga Exercises For Hockey Goalies


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 helps them stop more pucks with a wider butterfly and less hip pain – here are more goalie specific hip mobility drills.

So again, I’m not trying to Hate on yoga.  It is just not the best use of your mobility training time IF you are trying to be the BEST GOALIE possible!

If you are looking for a pro-style progressive goalie specific mobility program,

then you can get that here ? http://goalietraining.pages.ontraport…

Happy Training!

Coach M


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