March 2016

Off Season Goals for Hockey Players

For most hockey players, the season has ended. It’s time to get a little rest and let the body and mind recover. The season can be a grind with lots of games, practices, lessons and travel and taking some time away from the ice can do a ton of good. For teenage hockey players, I suggest a two to four week break. This may be tough depending on tryouts, showcases, etc, but 

Workout Plans for Common Injuries

Injuries are opportunities in disguise. Whether from overuse or an accident, an inability to use part of your body can help you assess your overall physiology and get you out of a fitness rut.

The Winning Edge

In sports everyone is looking for an edge to beat the competition. What if I told you that edge is built into the way you prepare for your season, specifically using the 4 pillars of performance.