Hip pain is exceedingly common in hockey players. Due to the repetitive nature of the skating motion, every player – even the “healthy” ones – flirts with some sort of overuse or under-recovery of their hip musculature over the course of a season. Click here to read: How To Train Around Hip Pain for Hockey… Read more
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Emily and I leave for Italy on Wednesday for 10 days, but before we leave I wanted to let you know that Joe Heiler recently released the interview we did as part of his 2016 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar. In the interview, we discussed a lot about the evolution of my training philosophy… Read more
A while back I consulted with the Foundation for Goalie Research and Education on their Hockey Hip Injury Prevention Project. FGRE is an organization that I was introduced to by Molly Schaus, long-time member of USA Hockey’s Women’s National Team. The goal for this particular project was to help create a simple, equipment-free warm-up that… Read more
This seems to be the theme in the introductions of my writing this year, but the last few months have been a whirlwind. As we were wrapping up another busy Summer, I left for two weeks to work at the pre-season camp for USA Hockey’s Women’s National Team, came home Sunday night, then we had… Read more
As a final reminder my 4th of July Sale ends Friday. Check out the links below if you’re interested in saving some loot: Ultimate Hockey Training ($35.95 $19.95) Ultimate Hockey Transformation (Pro: $147 $77 Elite: $117 $57) Optimizing Movement ($97 $47) 3 Rolling Exercises You Should Be Doing *Several of the videos in this articles… Read more