Dryland Goalie Training Q&A: Episode 6

Your Dryland Goalie Training Questions Answered!

Back from a great weekend in Chicago at the Perform Better Summit – I will do a summary post on this next week, but today I wanted to clear out my inbox and take a few minutes to answer your dryland goalie training questions.  In today’s episode I cover:

  • What are the best exercises for rehabbing a surgically repaired meniscus?
  • How do you get back to training after an ankle sprain?
  • What should you expect in terms of dryland goalie training at your hockey camps this summer?
  • If you don’t sweat like crazy during your workout are you training hard enough?
  • What could it mean if you cannot comfortably squat below 45 degrees?

Check out the video below and be sure to ask any other questions you may have by sending an email to hockeypro.help@gmail.com or leaving your question in the comments section below…

Sorry, one more thing, my intern just let me know that I majorly dropped the ball on a ‘business issue’.  You see I was supposed to bump up the price on the new Ultimate Goalie Training 2.0 program on June 13th (the early release price was good for the first month and the program was released May 13th).  I was going to show him how to upload the page with the new pricing information, but then I thought I would ‘save time’ by just doing it myself.  Long story short – I never did it and my intern Adam just called me on it!

Now I am in a bit of a catch 22 because I like to make sure I always do what I say I am going to do, but with Canada Day celebrated here on Friday and the July 4th holiday in the US on Monday, I would feel like a huge jerk to bump the price up to 3 payments of $67 from 3 payments of $47 right now.  So here is what I am going to do – I will leave the price as is until Tuesday, July 5th – then the early release discount is OVER!

So if you still need a kick in the pants to get serious about your success for next season, like I talked about a few weeks ago; you still have a chance to make some dramatic improvements and save a few dollars in the process.