Why stretching your groins is not a priority.

Before we start talking about your groins – as it relates to hockey training of course 🙂 I wanted to let you know that Paul and I survived the Tough Mudder on Saturday – it was awesome!  I will write a full post on it later this week for those of you who are thinking…

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Shredded Abs For Hockey Players

How To Get Shredded Abs (Ugh). Disclaimer: Honestly I don’t really care if you have six pack abs or not.  What I care about most of all is that: #1 you stay injury free #2 your are a major reason why your team wins a ridiculous amount of games #3 you keep playing the greatest…

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Skating can hurt your performance.

The Importance of Getting Off The Ice And Into The Gym I put out a question on Facebook and Twitter last week asking how many of you skipped your off-ice hockey training in favour of getting on the ice in the off-season? In other words how many of you would blow-off your gym workout in…

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Good or Gimmick: Heavy Bag For Hockey Training

Before getting into whether the Heavy Bag is good or a gimmick for hockey training, I want to let you know that I have a special promotion on both Goalie Workout Club and Hockey Workout Club right now. The details are all on the info pages, but if four months of specific off-ice training for…

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Sample Off-Season Workout For Hockey Players

If your season starts in September, then you better be working on your off-season training my May 1st at the latest.  I have actually been working like crazy on a new project that is just for you skaters – I am going to promise that it will be ready to roll by May 1st so…

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How Should 9 Year Olds Train For Hockey?

Every year I get a lot of email about off-season training for hockey players.  Players looking to train at Revolution Conditioning, players looking for a program and some parents just looking for advice. I had an email from one of you who I have known for quite a while asking for some advice about how…

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Off-Ice Hockey Training – Footwear

What’s shakin’?  Today we are supposed to have a really nice spring day with sunshine and 9C which will be a welcomed change.  The last few days we have had snow squalls off the lake, so it will basically be a blizzard for 15-minutes, then fine, then a blizzard…etc. A couple of weeks ago I…

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Final thoughts on knee pain in hockey players

I was surprised at the amount of feedback I got on the posts showing you two exercises that would reduce your risk of knee pain.  There was one post for goalies and one post for skaters.  I was surprised because I never realized how many of you were suffering with knee pain.  So I want…

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Skaters: Two Hockey Traning Exercises That Reduce The Risk Of Knee Injury

Off-Ice Hockey Training for Better Knees Yesterday I gave you two off-ice hockey training exercises to help goalies save their knees and today it is the skater’s turn.  Again, there are thousands of exercises that will help reduce your risk of knee injury, but here are two that you may not be familiar with and…

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Off-Ice Hockey Training Q&A: starting over, credentials, fat thighs

Before I get to todays off-ice hockey training Q&A, I want too tell you a bit about my weekend. As you know if you follow me on Twitter (@goalietraining) or Facebook (www.Facebook.com/goalietrainingpro), you know that I have been in Orange County, California since Thursday attending the Fitness Business Summit. One of my coaches from the…

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