Posts in "Hockey Speed Training"

Jump Training for Power Development

Jump Training for Power Development

I hope you’re having a great week. My article last week on lateral bound norms sparked a few great discussions on the value (and limitations) of the test, and how that test may be a more, or at least equally, suitable power test for hockey players. Speaking of power training, my friend Mike Robertson is… Read more

Hockey-Specific Speed and Power Training

Hockey-Specific Speed and Power Training

Last week, I hopped on the phone with Joe Heiler to do an interview for the 2016 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar. If you haven’t signed up for the series, go do that now. It’s completely FREE, and every year the speakers deliver great content. Register here: 2016 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar… Read more

Exercise Technique Q&A: The Kettlebell Hike

Exercise Technique Q&A: The Kettlebell Hike

Last week, I posted a video on Endeavor’s Instagram of an exercise we call the Kettlebell Hike. This isn’t an exercise we do with everyone, but it serves two primary purposes: It helps groove the “back” position of a kettlebell swing It can be used to teach low position endurance in a body position specific… Read more

3 Powerful Speed Training Cues

3 Powerful Speed Training Cues

As I’ve mentioned in the past, speed training is by far the most common reason athletes come to us. I can count on exactly zero hands how many athletes have come in hoping to get slower. Speed training involves a lot more than just running sprints. In fact, speed results from the seamless integration of… Read more