Posts in "Hockey Speed Training"

Ultimate Hockey Training: The Story

Ultimate Hockey Training: The Story

Wow. I am honestly floored by the response to the release of my new book Ultimate Hockey Training yesterday. The last week has been flattering. I’ve received a ton of emails thanking me for putting out quality information in the three hockey training videos I released, and have already started receiving positive feedback from customers… Read more

Ultimate Hockey Training is Live!

Ultimate Hockey Training is Live!

It’s finally here. I won’t drag this out with a long-winded introduction. Ultimate Hockey Training is now LIVE! Click here to watch the final video and grab your copy today! >> Ultimate Hockey Training In the last week I’ve released two videos on Transitional Speed Training for Hockey and Hockey Conditioning. In these, I’ve exposed… Read more

Transitional Speed Training for Hockey

Transitional Speed Training for Hockey

I posted this yesterday, but wanted to put it up again in case you missed it. The feedback I’ve gotten on this hockey speed training video has been fantastic. Click the link below and check it out for yourself! Click here to watch now >> Speed Training for Hockey From yesterday… And today, it begins…. Read more

Ultimate Hockey Training: Transitional Speed Training

Ultimate Hockey Training: Transitional Speed Training

And today, it begins. Almost a year ago exactly, I started writing what I intended to be the most comprehensive hockey training resource ever created. I wasn’t interested in developing just another basic off-season program or a theoretical manual on hockey physiology. I wanted to put my entire system on paper: age-specific hockey development recommendations,… Read more

Speed Training Research

Speed Training Research

In the past, I’ve proposed that speed (both on and off the ice) comes down to force application. In other words, the more force you put into the ice, the faster you skate. This understanding is important because it helps athletes (and parents and coaches) that are ONLY interested in speed understand the importance of… Read more