Putting this goalie workout under the microscope

Thank you to those of you who sent your programs in for review.  One of you was quick on the draw and had their program to me in under 10-minutes of me sending out that email (and I send those out pretty early in the morning).

In order to do that I know that this player actually had his workout mapped out already – so he sent me the entire plan.

Click the image below to see where you are on track (and following the wrong path)…

So there you see my thought process as I reviewed that program.   I certainly have seen worse AND at least he had a plan that he was following AND AND… at least he was doing something!

But you can also see how he is spending a lot of time and energy on exercises that are not really helping him become a better goalie AND they are adding wear and tear and increasing his risk of serious injuries like disc herniations.  I am sure he had no idea and that certainly wasn’t his intention when he put all those crunches and Russian Twists in there.

I am sure he was just following the plan that his coach passed a long and I bet whomever passed it along saw all those crunches and with the best intentions thought – “Wow – lots of core work in this, that is exactly what Jeff needs”.

I don’t expect you guys to nail it, you didn’t study this stuff at university for 6 years and then spend over 20-years to practice it.  Just like I can’t come close to doing what you guys do on the ice – that is your zone of excellence (or aspiring zone of excellence anyway).  My zone of excellence is in the gym.

Here’s a little secret…

I love Canada Day.

Even though I will spend the day training athletes in the gym, designing training programs and doing coaching calls for the goalies I training privately online, I will still celebrate the fact that I won the birthplace lottery by being born here.

Might even finish the day by catching the fireworks at the forks of the Thames in downtown (yes, London, Ontario has a Thames River too).

Anyway, to celebrate I am going to do something I don’t often do…

You will see emails come out about this on Friday and over the weekend, I am offering a 75% off coupon!  Yep, that’s right you will get 75% off your first month of the ShutOut Academy.  And wouldn’t you know it the new workout modules will be posted July 1st, so you can jump right into the new phase.

You will also get to see (download) all the previous phases as soon as you create your username and password.  So you will basically be getting seven full training phases for only $15 or so – not bad eh?

So if you don’t think your workout would survive the microscope, then why not invest $15 or so into your success next season.  That is about how much you would pay for a bulk pack of tape – I think doing the right training will get you significantly better return that a few rolls of tape; don’t you?

So, here’s what to do if you want to get a head start on this deal.  Go to www.ShutOutAcademy.com and see if you are ready to turn the switch on your success with explosive speed, acrobatic athleticism and the shutout stamina you need to make Vezina worthy saves at any level.

If you are ready to stop talking and start doing then why not save 75% off your first month while you give it a try.  If you don’t like it (or don’t do it), just cancel anytime in the first 30-days and we are cool – no hard feelings 🙂

I will even give you my 60-day full money back guarantee on the 75% discounted price!

Try it, actually do it and if for ANY reason you don’t wish to continue, then you can cancel or ask for all your money back or whatever and we are cool 🙂  You have nothing at all to risk.

>> HERE IS THE COUPON CODE TO SAVE 75%  <<
OhCanada  (just like that – capital “O” and “C”, no spaces)

CANADA DAY 75

I will release the offer to the masses tomorrow – you get a head start.
I will deactivate the coupon at the end of the day Monday, July 4th.

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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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