Help me help you! Win a free training program!

Hi Gang,

I need your help!  I am just about to start working on my next online product to help hockey players with their off ice training.  I have a concept and an outline all set, but I want to check with you to make sure that I am going to deliver the info you want.  So, here is the deal, would you please either email me – maria@revolutionconditioning.com – or post a comment below telling me your approximate age, your position and the type of information that would be the most helpful to you.  For example –

  • I am 37 years old and I coach a team of 13 year olds – I would love some off-ice routines that I could put them through to improve their performance and reduce their risk of injury.  We have limited equipment.
  • I am a 16 year old goalie and would like a specific program for in-season training that I can do at home in only 30-minutes per day.
  • I am in my late 20’s and I am looking for a goalie specific program using only body weight exercises.

I hope you get the idea – be as specific as you can so I know if I am on the right track.  In exchange for your help I will enter everyone’s name into a draw and at noon ET on Friday I will draw one name at random.  If you are selected as the winner, then I will give you your pick of my off-ice hockey training programs at no charge.  You can pick from the HockeyStrong Training System for skaters, the Ultimate Goalie Training System for goalies or the Ultimate 12-Minute Warm-Up for Goalies.  Remember I need to have your suggestion by noon ET this Friday, July 16th.

Thanks again for your help.

Cheers,
Maria

PS – sorry for  the multiple emails this week – but, tomorrow look for a proper off-ice training post showing you 3-ways to improve your hip function and just maybe reduce your back pain.

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Maria Mountain

Maria Mountain is a Fitness Coach and the owner of Revolution Conditioning in London, Ontario. She helps hockey players from AAA to professionals compete at their highest level while reducing their risk of injury. Dedicated to athletes who want to work hard, but train smart.

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