Monthly Archives: August 2011

This Week in Hockey Strength and Conditioning

This Week in Hockey Strength and Conditioning

Before I get into today’s article, I want to remind you that Alwyn Cosgrove is hosting a free seminar titled “The Death of Personal Training” on Monday. When it comes to the business aspect of fitness and running a training facility, Cosgrove is the man. If you haven’t already, go ahead and register for it… Read more

Hockey Development Interview: Part 2

Hockey Development Interview: Part 2

Before we get into the second half of my hockey development interview, I wanted to let you know that Alwyn Cosgrove is giving a free webinar called “The Death of Personal Training” on Monday. Thomas Plummer (a TRUE fitness business expert) has called Alwyn’s gym Results Fitness “the most profitable gym per square foot in… Read more

Hockey Development Interview: Part 1

Hockey Development Interview: Part 1

I was recently asked to do an interview with Kyle Coleman, a corporate chef based out of Phoenix, AZ. Kyle has taken on the noble task of asking experts in various sports/aspects of athletic development to weigh in on their thoughts on everything from nutrition to training to development programs in general. Kyle’s questions were… Read more

Fitness Business Blueprint Q&A

Fitness Business Blueprint Q&A

If you’re on the fence about Fitness Business Blueprint you’ve probably had some of these same questions. Pat Rigsby just fired me over responses to a few of the most frequently asked questions he’s received after announcing the new resource. Check it out below: Do I have to have an existing training business to benefit from… Read more

Speed Training for Hockey

Speed Training for Hockey

In my experience, most hockey players are terrible runners. The trend over the last decade or so for hockey players to specialize early, play year-round, and not participate in other sports (or train) has created a number of extremely talented hockey players that lack basic levels of athleticism (Quick side note: Many think this is… Read more