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Rethinking Bilateral Training

Rethinking Bilateral Training

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

All Things Strength Interview

All Things Strength Interview

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

Hockey Training Stuff You Should Read

Hockey Training Stuff You Should Read

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

Off-Ice Ice Hockey Training Part 2: Hockey Specific Core Training

Off-Ice Ice Hockey Training Part 2: Hockey Specific Core Training

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