Posts in "Off-Ice Hockey Training"

Hockey Hip Assessment Questions

Hockey Hip Assessment Questions

Following Monday’s post on Training Around Femoroacetabular Impingement, I got this email from a fellow coach: Dear Kevin, I really enjoyed your webinar about assessment and totally agree with most of it. Congrats on your great work. I have few questions: 1) When you mentioned the Tyler et al study you talked about that maybe… Read more

Training Around Femoroacetabular Impingement

Training Around Femoroacetabular Impingement

As I mentioned on Friday, I gave a webinar last week called “Hockey Hip Assessments: An in-depth look at structural abnormalities and common hip injuries.” Over the last couple years, I’ve become known as a “hip guy”. In reality, I’m not sure how I could train high level hockey players without being a hip guy…. Read more

Core Training Variations for Hockey Players

Core Training Variations for Hockey Players

About a year ago, I posted a couple core training videos (Hockey Core Training Exercises) based on a protocol referred to as the “Bunkie Test”. The Bunkie Tests are used to test the integrity of various functional pathways within the body. Because the various testing positions are founded upon fundamental structural links within the body,… Read more

Hockey Research: Shot Accuracy, Joint Pain, and Atherosclerosis

Hockey Research: Shot Accuracy, Joint Pain, and Atherosclerosis

Monday’s post presented research that represents what I believe is the first attempt to analyze a connection between various testing measures and actual in-game performance. If you missed it, check it out here: Breakthrough Hockey Training Research Sticking with the research theme, I came across a few other studies that may interest you. Whole-body predictors… Read more