I’m finally getting caught up from an exciting couple of weeks with the US Women’s National Team at the IIHF World Championships in Burlington, VT. To say my time spent with the program was a learning process would be a drastic under-statement. Sometime in the near future I’ll write up a recap of my experience… Read more
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A few days back I kicked off “Hockey Training Radio Week” with an interview I did for Maria Mountain on hip impingement (FAI). If you missed it, you can check it out here: Hockey Training Radio Week: Part 1 Hockey Training Radio Week continues with an interview I did for Joe Heiler and his site… Read more
A few weeks ago, I had an opportunity to review a new DVD titled “Exercises for the Landmine” that I really enjoyed. To be honest, I’m not much of an enthusiast for any isolated piece of equipment. I think proper movement should be foundational to all exercises, regardless of the method of loading. That said,… Read more
It’s finally here. As you’ve heard me mention over the last week, Eric Cressey, Mike Robertson, BJ Gaddour, and Dave Schmitz have been working on a HUGE project over the last year known as the “Elite Training Mentorship“. If you missed my previous two posts, you can check them out here: Lower Body Assessment Metabolic… Read more
The other day I mentioned that Eric Cressey, Mike Robertson, Dave Schmitz and BJ Gaddour have teamed up to create a special program known as the Elite Training Mentorship, where these guys pull back the curtain on how they deliver staff training, teach movements, design programs and get results for their clients. The program strikes… Read more