A couple days ago, I posted the step-by-step process I go through at the beginning of every season to design the off-ice training programs for an entire youth organization. If you missed that post, I’d encourage you to check it out here: Developing A Youth In-Season Hockey Training Model Today I just wanted to follow… Read more
Posts in "Off-Ice Hockey Training"
One of the things that’s really set our programs at Endeavor apart from our competitors is the fact that we develop systematic, progressive training programs, opposed to just throwing together “workouts” for kids to do on any given day. I heard a great quote several years ago (I believe from Mike Boyle, but don’t hold… Read more
This morning, Part II of the interview I did with Jeff Angus went live. If you missed Part 1, you can check it out here: An Interview with Hockey Trainer Kevin Neeld Part II digs into off-season programming for elite hockey players, what to expect in the future from performance enhancement specialists, differences between front… Read more
I hope you enjoyed the weekend. I’m still getting caught up after a 5-day stint in San Diego for ART Spine, 4 days of being hurricaned in, 5 days of working at the USA Women’s National Hockey Team’s Pre-4-Nations Camp (they won the championship in Finland this past weekend with a 3-0 victory over Canada!),… Read more
Over the last couple weeks, there have been a lot of great discussions in my LinkedIn Group “Hockey Training“. A few days back, Dr. Chad Moreau, who has experience working with a wide range of hockey players (including the Edmonton Oilers of the NHL and Long Beach Ice Dogs of the ECHL), posed the question… Read more