28-Day Transformation 2

ATTENTION: THIS PROGRAM IS ONLY FOR GOALIES WHO NEED TO LOSE 4-8LBS OF BODY FAT
WHILE ADDING 3-4 LBS OF LEAN MUSCLE IN THE NEXT 28-DAYS.

Leave The Guess Work For Amateurs And Discover The Only 28-Day Transformation System Designed Exclusively For Hockey Goalies Who Are Ready To Get Lean And Strong.

Finally, your chance to steal the secret methods used by the pros without leaving home.


The Solution… FUNCTIONAL DENSITY TRAINING & THE MINIMUM EFFECTIVE DOSE

This is where things got interesting, I had to re-think the way I approached training. We no longer did this exercise and that exercise ‘just to be sure’ we were covering all the bases. I had to look at the exercises that would give the most benefit in the least amount of time – – what is called the MINIMUM EFFECTIVE DOSE.

If you went to the doctor for a sore toe and the doctor gave you a prescription for pain pills, you would worry a little bit if your doctor said “better take 8 or 9 of those at a time just to make sure” – that would not make you ooze confidence would it? Yet that is exactly how these players were training – better just do 27 sets of legs just to make sure.

So we want to find the minimum amount of work we can do while still getting results. This is where FUNCTIONAL DENSITY TRAINING (FDT) enters the picture. FDT is the term used to describe training programs that do not waste the players’ time with exercises that only work one thing – – like biceps curls. Let’s say you want stronger biceps so you do 3 sets of 8 reps of biceps curls with 60 seconds of rest between each set. Well, that is 5-minutes of time spent on only one muscle group (I am including the biceps long head, short head and brachioradialis).

Let’s compare that to a Standing Single Arm Cable or Bungee Row that will take the same 5-minutes to train, except now you are working the following muscles:

  • biceps (long and short head)
  • brachioradialis
  • posterior deltoid
  • rhomboids
  • mid-trapezius
  • latissimus dorsi
  • quads
  • gastrocnemius
  • soleus
  • erector spinae
  • glute max
  • abdominal obliques

– I think you get the idea.

Now, do you think you will burn a lot more energy using 12+ muscles described in the FDT exercise above rather than the 2 muscles recruited for the isolation exercise? Bingo! Now you are getting the idea.

Your nervous system gets stronger too…

You can see how FDT training will work more muscle mass, make you stronger and help you burn more calories, but you might not realize that you are also training your nervous system with these types of exercises.

If I want to learn french and I spend all my time talking to a 3-year old who only knows how to say – ‘ice cream’, ‘I have to pee’, and ‘No’ – my vocabulary is going to be pretty limited. I need to take a trip to France or Quebec to hear different phrases, expand my vocabulary and use my words in different settings.

Your body is the same – with the boring biceps curl, your body is not being challenged. ‘Bend your elbow’ is not what you would call a complex motor pattern is it?

But, let’s consider the FDT example – your body is being challenged to:

  • stabilize your shoulder
  • co-recruit your shoulder extensors and elbow flexors
  • use your back extensors and abdominal obliques to stabilize in both the sagittal and transverse plane
  • activate muscles that cross the hips, knees and ankles to stay on your feet as you produce force with your upper extremities

Which one of those sounds more like what you need on the ice?

Strength will only get you so far.

There is an overemphasis on ‘strength’ in hockey players. We see it every year, the next big up and coming player is shown during the off-season working with their trainer, back squatting 525lbs, bench pressing 345lbs – – working hard.

Then training camp rolls around and either the player falters or ends up injured.

If strength were the key ingredient, then you would see guys like Bill Kazmaier strapping on the pads and finding success in hockey. The fact that it has never happened tells you loud and clear that strength is not the key ingredient.

The secret sauce is SPEED.

There are good players who are a little on the slower side, but there are no great players who lack speed. Strength is a key ingredient for speed, but stability, mobility and specific stamina are equally important.

Let’s look at each one individually:

Stability because your body will not let you express strength that you cannot stabilize. FDT develops a players stability as it develops strength in the prime movers.Mobility so you can get into the right position to create force over a productive range of motion without putting undue stress on other body parts. FDT works players through usable ranges of motion while building strength and stability. FDT also programs low cortisol recovery sessions where players expand their reservoir of mobility.Specific Stamina to create a goalie who is a proficient repeat sprinter. If you are agile but exhausted after the first period, you cannot help your team when it counts. Training to become a repeat sprinter is what gives you that extra gear when the other goalies are bent over with their elbows on their pads and their head’s down gasping for air.
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If this makes sense to you, if you found yourself nodding as you discovered more about how the body handles training stress, if you have made some of the mistakes outlined above in the past, then you will be interested in the 28-Day Transformation For Goalies private coaching group. Let me tell you a little bit more about it….

Introducing the 28-Day Transformation For Goalies

This program was designed specifically for goalies over the age of 27 who want to lose 4-8 lbs and add 3-4 lbs of lean muscle over the next 28-days. You must be prepared to follow a step by step plan that tells you exactly what to do each and every day. You must be prepared to submit nutrition logs so I can help you maximize your results. We all know you cannot out-train bad nutrition.

You must be prepared to be better.

HERE’S How It Works…

Your transformation begins Monday, August 18th and runs through Sunday, September 14th.

If we are going to make 2014 your best season on the ice ever – what better time to start?

Now’s the time to turn the tide instead of letting your weight continue to creep upward, you will be on your way to losing the fat that keeps you slow and puts extra wear and tear on your ankles, knees and hips.

You will be added to a private Facebook group which is where you will access your workouts, links to the videos and our weekly live coaching Q&A. If you do not have a Facebook account you cannot be a member of this group – sorry about that.

  • each week you get a new goalie specific workout plan so you will not miss out on any of the key ingredients for success while overdosing on too much of a good thing. We see this all the time in goalies who do too much mobility training and not enough strength training or vice versa
  • a detailed training schedule so you know exactly what to do each day – there is no guess work.
  • video clips of each exercise, so you do not have to sit through 5-minutes of video to find the exercise you need.
  • a private Facebook group for the transformation group only so you can ask questions anytime and get answers from other members of the group and directly from me.
  • You can train at home with resistance bands or dumbbells and body weight or you can workout at the gym using cables, dumbbells and bodyweight. Otherwise there is no specialized equipment required.
  • this program is not for beginners, it is going to include some high intensity exercise so if you are not up to it, that is okay, one of my more progressive programs would be better suited to you.

As if that wasn’t enough, you will be REWARDED for your success!

Get The Coaching AND The Program For $73 Less Than I Charge For A Single Hour In The Gym – – ONLY $97! $67 (one time investment)

Enrollment Is Limited.

$170 Only $97 $67
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I don’t want you to have any excuses to fail – ‘what if it doesn’t work for me?’. It will work if you do it, but I am still giving you up to 60-days (that is a more than 30-days after the program ends) to get your money back with no questions asked and no hassle. You have nothing at all to lose – not even one penny.

No one will be able to join the group after the program starts, so get on board now…

Frequently Asked Questions…

Question: What if I don’t have any equipment at home and I don’t have a gym membership?

Answer: If you can head down to your local fitness equipment store, department store, heck even some grocery stores for a few of those rubber resistance tubes, then you are all set. You do not need fancy equipment or a gym membership to make the most of your opportunity.


Question: What if my schedule on the ice doesn’t fit with the training schedule?

Answer: This is where it is nice that you can get direct access to me via the private Facebook page – you can ask questions, tell me about your situation and get a point in the right direction.


Question: What if I don’t want to document my journey and have the chance to win over $750 in training programs, an I Have No 5 Hole shirt and I don’t want to be the HockeyTrainingPro.com All-Star, I just want to do the workouts?

Answer: That is fine – you can just do your thing and not enter the contest portion. I still love ya!


Question: What happens after I sign up? How do I join the Facebook page?

Answer: After your purchase you will be directed to a page with all the details for you. Then you will request to join the private FB group. I will have to individually approve all members, so don’t worry if you are not instantly approved for membership (remember I have that full time job running Revolution Conditioning :))


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