Sample off-season training split for hockey.
Hope you all had a great weekend – it was a long weekend for the ‘regular people’ in Canada. Time to celebrate Queen Victoria’s birthday and drink some beer. I wrote a blog post over at my Revolution Conditioning site about what the weekend means to Canadians – you can read it here – May 2-4 Weekend in Canada. I did not sit around and drink beer all weekend, but I did go see the movie Robin Hood which was very good and then on Sunday Paul and I went running and bike riding – a nice active day with some time to sit out on the front porch and read.
Because there is no rest for the wicked, I worked yesterday and so did my athletes. We had a great sessions all day – well done gang! Today I want to share with you the general training split I use when I train hockey goalies and skaters. Check out the article to get an idea of the rough outline we work through from May thru August. Just click the link below:
P.S. – don’t forget you still have a chance to access hockey strength coach Kevin Neeld’s Hockey Development Coaching Program where you can listen in on audio interviews with some of the top hockey strength coaches in North America – did I mention that Kevin was giving it away for a limited time?