As I’ve mentioned in the past, I’m a huge fan of videos. Not only do they give my eyes and brain a rest from reading, but it also provides a more effective model to present new exercises. Because most of my videos go directly up to Hockey Strength and Conditioning, I’ve been slacking a bit… Read more
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The other day I posted a video of a Falling Side Lunge Sprint Start, which was the end of my lateral sprint start progression. The video below is one of the final stages of our horizontal power progression. This progression is designed to help hockey players use their hips to create and control rotational power…. Read more
After a research-filled post on Stretching for Hockey and a long rant on NHL Combine Test Results and why comparing off-ice testing results between players is senseless, I thought I’d stick with something a little more laid back today. Hockey players can improve their shooting power by improving their rotational power off the ice. Essentially,… Read more
Phase 4 of our Rotational Core Power Training progression for hockey players, baseball players, and golfers includes exercises involving a strong rotational hip movement, energy transfer through the core, and follow through with thoracic spine rotation. The “Standing Cable Rotational Pull-to-Push” is a great example. Please enter your first name and email below to sign… Read more
Phase 3 of our Rotational Core Power Training progression for hockey players, baseball players, and golfers involves exercises with simultaneous hip and shoulder movement. The emphasis on the “Standing Cable Rotation” is to use your core to help transfer energy between your hips and shoulders. Please enter your first name and email below to sign… Read more