McKichan on the brain :)

hockey training interview Kevin NeeldWell, I was going to post an article on how we use heart rate monitors at RevCon today, but I woke up this morning with Steve McKichan on my brain…does that sound weird?

Yeah, I thought so.

Let me explain…

Last week I did an interview with Steve, then on Monday I hit the ice with Future Pro’s Jason VanSpronsen and Sarnia Sting netminder Justin Fazio for some videos that I will share with you in a while.

THEN yesterday in my email I referred to my TURNING PRO private coaching program as Future Pro by mistake and now I have to pay Steve off with some Starbucks for the copyright infringement 🙂

So I figured I better get this audio posted sooner than later…

It is 100% FREE and you can get it here – – http://instantteleseminar.com/?eventid=66072351

We talk about a lot of things, including:

  • What differentiates a good goalie from a ‘great’ goalie
  • What goalies should be focusing on at different ages; 8-12, 13-16 and 16+
  • Does a goalie who is not playing AAA have a chance at a D1 Scholarship (this was the most surprising part of the interview, so if you are thinking NCAA Scholarship, definitely listen in)
  • The common threads his top performing goalies share

Steve is always generous with his time and knowledge, you can learn more about his camps and mentorship programs at www.FuturePro.com.

Okay, I will send out that heart rate monitor post in the next day or two, but until then, go be awesome!

Cheers,
M

PS – A reminder that applications are open until Monday, March 2nd for the Next Level online training group that starts Monday, March 9th.  You must apply to this private training group – the training is all online (through Facebook) so you can join no matter where in the world you live.  Here is the info you need ==> Next Level Coaching Group

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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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