If you are one of those hockey players who would like to improve your leg strength and decrease your risk of groin injury, then this is a great exercise.
Quick question…when you skate, do you push off one leg at a time or both legs at the same time? Okay, here’s another question…when you strength train your legs in the gym, do you usually lift the weight with one leg at a time of both at the same time?
Congratulations to Revolution Conditioning athlete, Andy McDonald on his invite to the tryout camp for the 2010 Canadian Olympic Hockey Team.
Thank you to all of those players who came to my 20-minute presentation on the components of off-ice hockey training that lead to on-ice success. As promised, here is a full copy of the presentation for you
I have a lot of favourite exercises, but this one is right up there for hockey strength training. It is called the rear foot elevated split squat or the Bulgarian split squat.
I train a Stanley Cup champion and I train some 13-14 year old hockey players who dominate their league. These all great athletes, but do I train them the same?
Check out this new article on Flexibility Training for Hockey Goalies to read about my top three stretches that goalies should be doing, but probably aren’t.