Over the last 5 years I’ve written over 650 articles for this site. It’s a little crazy to think about! Because of the sheer volume of content, I find myself answering a lot of emails these days by searching for old articles I’ve written that answer the person’s question and just firing them back over…. Read more
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A couple weeks ago Robbie Bourke from All Things Strength interviewed me for his site. In the interview I touched on: 1. The biggest problem with the strength and conditioning industry 2. What it’s like working with hockey players 3. Who has influenced me as a coach 4. How we can bridge the gap between… Read more
Between writing the blogs and newsletters for my site AND Endeavor’s site, I’ve been doing a lot of writing recently. Usually when I write, I try to not rehash on things I’ve already talked about. I’d hate for anyone to ever refer to me as monotonous. The other day I was rereading a few articles… Read more
Most youth hockey programs get 1-2 hours a week for off-ice training. In the last two articles I’ve gone over dynamic warm-ups and core training, the most important two forms of training that every hockey player should be doing. Taken together, the warm-up and core training generally takes the first 15 minutes of each session. … Read more
There’s nothing more frustrating than spending countless hours working toward something, only to realize you haven’t made any progress. Actually, there is one thing: spending countless hours working toward something, only to realize you’ve actually been progressing in the WRONG direction! In the world of hockey training, crunches, sit-ups, and partner leg throw-downs predominate as… Read more