The snow by Endeavor, the facility in Sewell, NJ that I work at, is out of control! Luckily we were able to sneak in yesterday morning to get a quick lift in before NJ officially went into a “state of emergency” and it was illegal to be on the roads.
With the launch of my new hockey training membership site this week, a lot of people are curious about what the site has to offer them. Check out the “Top 3 Reasons You Should Join Hockey Training Expert.”
1) Customized Hockey Training Programs
I think of training programs as a roadmap to success. If you aren’t following something structured you aren’t making the progress you could be. In other words, you’re wasting time and energy getting worse results. Hockey Training Expert has custom-written training programs for hockey players of all ages: Pee Wees, Bantams, Midgets, Junior/College, and Pros. You can’t find that anywhere!
The only problem with writing programs for people all over the world is that some players have access to different equipment than others. Not an issue! That’s one of the reasons I made sure the site had a forum, so you can personally contact me with any questions you have about the programs and I could give you the best answer possible based on your situation.
2) The World’s Largest Collection of Effective, Innovative Exercise Videos
Over the last 10 years, I’ve spent hundreds of dollars on CDs, DVDs and books, and countless hours volunteering under brilliant strength coaches and gaining a ton of personal experience with hockey players at all levels. Throughout that time I’ve come across and developed exercises that I rarely see other coaches using that just flat out work. I could easily compile a DVD series of all these exercises and sell it for $199, but I don’t want to do that. It’s hard enough to get access to quality information. For $9.95/month, you get continuous access to videos of the most current, effective exercises out there. You can’t beat that!
3) Constantly Growing Database of Incredible Hockey-Specific Information
I’m lucky to have such a diverse list of “experts” as contributors to the site. Hockey Training Expert hosts some of the most brilliant strength and conditioning coaches in the world, experts that specialize in both men’s and women’s hockey, experts on different training practices for players of different positions, and experts on proper nutrition and supplementation for hockey players.
In the next week, I’ll be adding three new experts: One is a great physical therapist who will provide great information on how to prevent and accommodate hockey-related injuries; one is a master of individual skill work and team systems; one has helped place countless athletes in Prep, Junior, NCAA, and Pro programs where they can flourish.
P.S. Don’t forget about the bonuses! If you sign-up today, you’ll get THREE incredible bonuses. I’m only offering these bonuses to the fast action takers; they won’t last long!
Discover the secrets to the number one question most players ask: How do I get faster? This 25-page manual from Hockey Training Expert founder Kevin Neeld outlines how to change your body position to maximize the power of your stride and reveals the truth about short choppy strides vs long powerful strides (this will surprise you!). Breakaway Hockey Speed includes 6 Linear Speed Drills, 15 Transitional Speed Drills, and the information you need to integrate a comprehensive speed training program into your current training program. This manual is exactly what you need to become faster and more explosive on the ice!
What percentage of your performance is mental? If you’re like most players, you’ll say anywhere from 50-90%. But how much of your training time is dedicated toward improving your mental performance? If you’re like most players, you’ll say anywhere from 0-0%. Kim McCullough’s Mental Performance Package gives you step-by-step instructions on how to develop the focus and confidence of a champion!
Kevin has rapidly established himself as a leader in the field of physical preparation and sports science for ice hockey. He is currently the Head Performance Coach for the Boston Bruins, where he oversees all aspects of designing and implementing the team’s performance training program, as well as monitoring the players’ performance, workload and recovery. Prior to Boston, Kevin spent 2 years as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the San Jose Sharks after serving as the Director of Performance at Endeavor Sports Performance in Pitman, NJ. He also spent 5 years as a Strength and Conditioning Coach with USA Hockey’s Women’s Olympic Hockey Team, and has been an invited speaker at conferences hosted by the NHL, NSCA, and USA Hockey.