Make your hips and knees feel better | GOALIE PAD ADJUSTMENT

If you’re an ice hockey goalie looking for a way to save your hips and knees and make them feel better on and off the ice, this video is for you!  Even if you are feeling fine, it’s always a good idea to reduce the torque on your joints to help avoid repetitive trauma injuries like Femoro-Acetabular Impingement (FAI).

Take a look to see two simple goalie pad equipment adjustments that will take the biomechanical load off your knees mostly, but will also help your hips and ankles.  Watch right to the end to pick up a few additional bonus tips to help your goalie training game.

1️⃣ Elastic Toe Ties

2️⃣ Increase the height of your knee stack

Here’s the video for you to check out.

And here’s the link to the video if you don’t see it above:

If you’ve switched to elastic toe ties on your goalie pads, share your experience – did you love them? Hate them? What did you feel?  Make sure to leave a comment and let us know if the adjustments work for you.


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