Monthly Archives: November 2010

Hockey Injuries: Sports Hernia Case Study

Hockey Injuries: Sports Hernia Case Study

Before jumping into today’s post, I just wanted to say a quick congratulations to several of our athletes from this off-season. John Gaudreau (’93) is tied for 2nd on his team (Dubuque Fighting Saints) and tied for 3rd in the USHL for points, as a first year player! Matt DiGirolamo was awarded the starting goalie… Read more

This Week at Hockey Strength and Conditioning

This Week at Hockey Strength and Conditioning

Some great new additions to Hockey Strength and Conditioning this week from coaches that have a profoundly successful history training pro hockey players: Video: TRX Lateral Line from Sean SkahanCoach Skahan presents an interesting core training exercise using the TRX. This was one of those videos that gave me ideas for a half dozen other… Read more

Randy Pausch, Will Smith, Kevin Neeld?

Randy Pausch, Will Smith, Kevin Neeld?

Over two years ago, Randy Pausch, a Carnegie Mellon professor, gave what was known as “The Last Lecture”. If you were living under a rock during that time period and missed his lecture, set aside 75 minutes to watch the video below. It may be the most powerful thing you’ve ever seen: Recently, I received… Read more