Every year I come across parents that are concerned about their kids lifting weights. Typically the kids are 13-14 years old or younger, and the parents (or in some cases the coaches) are under the impression that lifting weights at this age is inappropriate. Because this is such a pervasive feeling, I want to dive… Read more
Posts in "Hockey Player Development"
A couple weeks ago I announced the completion of the Ultimate Hockey Training Video Database. Since then, I’ve received a bunch of emails about accessing the database and about off-season training program design. This is really an exciting time of year for me. As my friend Devan McConnell said, the hockey off-season is really the… Read more
It’s been about a year and half since Ultimate Hockey Training was first released, and since that time I’ve gotten a lot of flattering feedback about the book. It’s humbling to think that UHT could positively impact hockey programs all over the world, and I’m incredibly grateful for the continued support I receive from you… Read more
I was recently very humbled to be asked to be the “Featured Interview” for the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI). As you likely know, I’ve been heavily influenced by the lens through which PRI views structure and function, and their courses have had a fairly profound impact on the way we assess and train our athletes… Read more
It’s been a few weeks since my last post. While I typically don’t like to go this long without sharing some content with you, I’ve been extremely busy working on a few exciting projects to be released throughout this year. More information on that in the near future. In the meantime, I wanted to share… Read more