Posts in "Hip/Lower Abdominal Injuries"

Ultimate Hockey Training Q&A

Ultimate Hockey Training Q&A

I wanted to kick things off today by saying thank you to everyone that has invested in my new book Ultimate Hockey Training. I’m truly humbled by the level of interest the book has received from a worldwide audience (I even got a request from someone from Australia!). As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I… Read more

Ultimate Hockey Training: The Story

Ultimate Hockey Training: The Story

Wow. I am honestly floored by the response to the release of my new book Ultimate Hockey Training yesterday. The last week has been flattering. I’ve received a ton of emails thanking me for putting out quality information in the three hockey training videos I released, and have already started receiving positive feedback from customers… Read more

Dissecting A Hip Mobility Exercise

Dissecting A Hip Mobility Exercise

Over the last couple weeks, we’ve been using a “new” hip mobility exercise with a lot of the players we work with. I use the word “new” hesitantly because I’m as fed up as you are with all the “this is the greatest exercise ever” blog posts and articles that have infected the internet over… 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