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Monthly Archives: April 2009
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Single-leg high force reduction followed by an explosive lateral or diagonal bound, followed by another single-leg high force reduction. I love it. You can progress this exercise by adding a high knee before the forward lunge (so you’ll be decelerating from a higher height, adding to the amount of force you’ll need to reduce) or… Read more
I have two weeks to finish up my research on motor unit synchronization and get ready to present it. Free time is at an all time low, which means it’s a perfect time for Movie Appreciation Week. It may not be what you think. Each video will have a theme that somehow relates to performance… Read more
I think work capacity and alternating periods of static holds and explosive movements are essential training strategies for goalies. I do some traditional interval training on a bike with goalies, like I do with all hockey players, but I have a greater emphasis on iso-holds. I usually use a squat iso-hold, or a split squat… Read more