Monthly Archives: March 2014

Hockey and Performance Training Interview

Hockey and Performance Training Interview

Last week I had an opportunity to do an interview with Jeff Angus, which he posted on his site a few days later. Check out the interview here >> Hockey and Performance Training Interview In the interview, I covered a pretty wide range of topics, including: Common structural and functional limitations in ice hockey players,… Read more

PRI Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration Course Review

PRI Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration Course Review

A few weeks ago, we were very fortunate to have an opportunity to host Ron Hruska teaching the Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration course at our training facility Endeavor Sports Performance in Pitman, NJ. Prior to this most recent course I had taken Myokinematic Restoration (twice), Postural Respiration (twice), Pelvis Restoration, Impingements & Instabilities (I&I), Advanced Integration, Postural-Visual… Read more

Skating Treadmill Program

Skating Treadmill Program

Last week I got an email from a guy with a ton of hockey and teaching experience asking about skating treadmill protocols. I haven’t written much about skating treadmills. I stopped using the one at our old facility because I was working to get players to skate LESS in the off-season, especially in the first… Read more

Assessing and Monitoring Performance Indicators

Assessing and Monitoring Performance Indicators

The preceding two articles discussed the various limitations to range of motion, and the 8 key factors influencing sport performance, respectively. If you missed them, you can check them out here: Understanding Range of Motion: More is not better Dissecting Performance Limitations Today’s article will build on these by presenting a few simple strategies to… Read more