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There is a ton of free stuff on here to get you started for sure – work on the flexibility and stability (mobility) stuff first, then add in some of the more dynamic stuff. If you want a step-by-step program with different levels of difficulty, you might be interested in http://goalieworkoutclub.com/wordpress/goalie-workout-club-invitation/ – I have a really good deal on it right now.
Either way, start slow, be consistent – get your joints moving (especially if you are going to flop around like Hasek ) and then make sure you can stabilize through those ranges.
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Wow, this is hands down the best website I’ve found on off ice training, Im truly impressed, and have a lot to learn apparently.. I use to be somewhat decent, but haven’t played in several years, and now that I live near a league, Im itching to dust off the gear and get back out there… Any tips on getting back into Hasek-rolling shape? Lol
My personal philosophy is that kids should enjoy the ‘play’ when they are younger – they should become good little athletes by playing a variety of sports and simply develop their love for sport and activity. I do not think structured training programs are appropriate for this age group – that is my opinion. I wrote a fairly comprehensive article on the topic for InGoalMag a while ago and included some exercises that I think are appropriate for this age group which may help http://ingoalmag.com/training/the-best-way-to-get-young-goalies-to-the-next-level/
Thanks for the question Mike, the fact that you are asking tells me that you are genuinely interested in your son’s long-term development.
I’ve been reading your blogs, and studying your goalie specific programs. I must tell you that I am finding all your work very impressive. My question for you stems from a concern that I have. You see, I’m searching for an off season program for my son, who is entering his minor peewee year in September. This will be the first season with body contact. His coaches have also asked that we incorporate an off season routine to develop his strength, speed and stamina. Looking at your programs, your age range starts at 14 and therein lies my question. What do you recommend a goalie at this age start doing in the off season that won’t hinder, but rather progress him at this position.
I just sent you an email to the address above which will answer most of your questions, let me know what other ones you have.
Yes, simply email the customer support link and my assistant will help get it straightened out Brian.
Hey I liked your article on the pyramid building blocks. I am interested in getting in shape for hockey this summer. How does it work to use your gym or get trained by someone?
I bought The Goalie Stretch Solution from you c couple weeks ago and I can’t seem to find it or access it. Can you help me out.
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