Tomorrow I’m going to share a detailed article series on off-ice hockey training for youth hockey organizations that I wrote for Hockey Strength and Conditioning several months ago. The best hockey training resource.Before I get to that, I want to diverge from the normal hockey training content nature of this site and congratulate some of… 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
If you missed Part 1, you can check out the first half of the presentation here: The Truth About Concussion-Like Symptoms The second half of the presentation was divided into two videos, which are available below. As a disclaimer, I’m a strength and conditioning coach. I’m not a physician, nor am I an expert on… Read more
Over the last year, concussions have plagued all levels of hockey more than any other injury. While much attention is now being paid to the prevention of concussions and following more appropriate return to play protocols, the fact is that these injuries, and the other causes of related symptoms, are relatively poorly understood. Last week… Read more
In Part 1 of this “Dissecting Muscle Function” series, I outlined many of the characteristics of muscle that dictates its function. While this was far from a comprehensive look on muscle function, it does illustrate a few of the major concepts that dictate how we produce force, and how these components can be manipulated to… Read more