Posts in "Hockey Conditioning"

Ultimate Hockey Training: Hockey Conditioning

Ultimate Hockey Training: Hockey Conditioning

As part of the launch for Ultimate Hockey Training, I recorded a few videos that go into detail about specific components of off-ice training programs, as well as how to design a comprehensive hockey training program. This week I’ll be making these videos available to the public for the first time. A couple days ago,… Read more

Ultimate Hockey Training: Transitional Speed Training for Hockey Players

Ultimate Hockey Training: Transitional Speed Training for Hockey Players

Last November I released my new book Ultimate Hockey Training, which reveals my year-round off-ice hockey training system for players at all levels. Since then, I’ve been humbled by the overwhelmingly positive feedback I’ve gotten from all the people that picked up a copy. As part of the launch for Ultimate Hockey Training, I recorded… Read more

Hockey Conditioning: Low Threshold Fatigue

Hockey Conditioning: Low Threshold Fatigue

Last week the Endeavor staff wrapped up a new training program that David Lasnier wrote based on some of the principles we’re experimenting with from Joel Jamieson’s book Ultimate MMA Conditioning. It’s certainly been a change of pace, as none of us have done an endurance block of training in quite some time. One of… Read more

Hockey Conditioning: Combating Fatigue

Hockey Conditioning: Combating Fatigue

A couple days ago, I outlined a terrific review article on what factors limit repeat sprint performance. If you missed it, you can check it out here: Hockey Conditioning: Understanding Fatigue. Repeat sprint performance, as the authors of that review defined, includes repeated maximum intensity efforts of <10s with <60s rest in between. Most people… Read more

Hockey Conditioning: Understanding Fatigue

Hockey Conditioning: Understanding Fatigue

I hope you had a great holiday weekend with your families (even if you don’t celebrate the holiday!). Today is the day after Christmas, which means most of the people I know will be sleeping until around noon, then waking up and going shopping. I, on the other hand, was up at 5:30am to catch… Read more