Monthly Archives: August 2011

Fitness Business Blueprint

Fitness Business Blueprint

About a week ago, my friend Eric Cressey let me know about a new resource he was releasing with Pat Rigsby and Mike Robertson called the Fitness Business Blueprint. Being a co-owner at Endeavor Sports Performance has forced me to take a more proactive role on the business side of things, which wasn’t really my… Read more

3 Things Hockey Parents Should Know

3 Things Hockey Parents Should Know

At Endeavor Sports Performance, we see hockey players from a wide range of age and ability. We have players as young as 11 competing in Tier II youth programs up through the NHL. We’re very fortunate to have such a diverse population because it allows us to pick up on trends in movement patterns and… Read more

This Week in Hockey Strength and Conditioning

This Week in Hockey Strength and Conditioning

This week I posted two new articles related to understanding, assessing for, and training around hip injuries or structural abnormalities that a significant proportion of the hockey population suffers from. My friend Dr. Jeff Cubos wrote a follow-up to Monday’s article for his site. All three have received a ton of great feedback so if… Read more

Hockey Hip Assessment Questions

Hockey Hip Assessment Questions

Following Monday’s post on Training Around Femoroacetabular Impingement, I got this email from a fellow coach: Dear Kevin, I really enjoyed your webinar about assessment and totally agree with most of it. Congrats on your great work. I have few questions: 1) When you mentioned the Tyler et al study you talked about that maybe… Read more

Training Around Femoroacetabular Impingement

Training Around Femoroacetabular Impingement

As I mentioned on Friday, I gave a webinar last week called “Hockey Hip Assessments: An in-depth look at structural abnormalities and common hip injuries.” Over the last couple years, I’ve become known as a “hip guy”. In reality, I’m not sure how I could train high level hockey players without being a hip guy…. Read more