A few days back I kicked off “Hockey Training Radio Week” with an interview I did for Maria Mountain on hip impingement (FAI). If you missed it, you can check it out here: Hockey Training Radio Week: Part 1 Hockey Training Radio Week continues with an interview I did for Joe Heiler and his site… Read more
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What a week! We recently wrapped up a promotion with LivingSocial at Endeavor so we had a bunch of new start-ups this week. I’ve really been impressed with the work ethic of the new kids we’ve had. I strongly believe that’s a quality that you can develop with the right environment, but it’s refreshing to… Read more
I hope you had a great week. We’ve had a good week at Endeavor. We’re wrapping up our in-season training for the youth program we work with. They’ve done a great job this year. One of our ’96s just committed to Penn State, and one of our U-18s has offers on the table from Yale… Read more
We live in an era where the human genome has been mapped, gene cloning is available, and specific physical traits can be traced back to the presence or absence of specific genes. This is “nature”, or maybe more appropriately, mankind’s discovery and manipulation of it. In understanding how much peak performance in any category (physical,… Read more
Although I tend to wear several hats, from an athletic development standpoint, my job essentially boils down to two primary responsibilities: Make sure athletes don’t get hurt Improve their performance Foundational to both of these goals is an understanding of regional interdependence. Regional interdependence can be crudely defined as a phenomenon whereby one segment or… Read more