The 5 Definitive Exercises For Every Hockey Goalie

exercises for hockey goalies

Hey!  How’s your off-season goalie training going so far?

And I know for a fact some of you just said “good” to yourself even though you have either:

A) Not started at all or….

B) You are pretty much going to the gym a couple times per week and doing what you feel like on that day – then you hit that embarrassing groin machine that you sit on and viola you just did a goalie-specific workout.

You should now either be smiling or blushing, because you know it is true.

I Won’t Do It…

exercises for hockey goaliesThis is the time of year when I typically scold you for not being on top of your goalie training.  I tell you that you better start TODAY, because soon it will be too late for you to get the training you need finished before you start skating with your team, etc….

But I am not going to do that today, because I know that you already know that.  You already feel that.

Today, I am giving you the benefit of the doubt that you actually thought doing some leg press, knee extensions, hamstring curls – yes EVEN the embarrassing groin machine was going to help you when you hit the ice.

Whatever You Do Include These 5 Exercises…

Even if you still don’t follow an actual goalie specific training program (HINT: you won’t find leg press, knee extensions, hamstring curls or that groin machine in one), at LEAST add these five to your current workout.

If you cannot see the video above, just click the link below…

Now get to work!

PS – if you are sincere and serious about being a better goalie this season than you were last AND if you are ready to actually make that happen, it is super simple if you just take action, then you might want to check out either the pro-style Ultimate Goalie Training 3.0 or if you really are super busy and only have 20-40 minutes to workout then the Rapid Response Goalie Training program is for you.

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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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