Monthly Archives: December 2010

Core Training in the Presence of Fatigue

Core Training in the Presence of Fatigue

As you know, improving an athlete’s core stability can go a long way in both preventing injury and improving performance. While it’s necessary to first teach and reinforce this skill set under rested conditions, ultimately the athlete must be able to generate this stability under fatigued conditions. About a year ago, I started integrating basic… Read more

Hockey Development Present Ideas

Hockey Development Present Ideas

I remember the anxious anticipation I used to feel leading up to Christmas when I was younger. The holidays have come to take on a different meaning as I’ve gotten older, but then, it was all about getting new hockey stuff. Whether it was new gloves, new pants, a new jersey, or new rollerblades, I… Read more

The Death of Gatorade?

The Death of Gatorade?

Every week I get questions at Endeavor or through email about what supplements to take. Usually the question is, “What should I get at GNC?”. The truth is, you shouldn’t get ANYTHING at GNC. Frankly, all of their products are drastically over-priced, and the commission-driven recent high school graduate meat head playing nutrition expert is… Read more