Doing nothing in the off-season can actually cause an athlete to regress from any previous training. This piece will help you stay competitive for next season.
Welcome to Part 4 of our Off-Season Training guide: The Principle of Overload The overload principle states that in order to keep making gains from an exercise program, you must find some way to make it more difficult. This is … Continued
Welcome to Part 2 of our Off-Season Training guide: Aerobic v. Anaerobic training, which should I focus on? Your body has different energy systems that work together to fuel your hockey performance. Although hockey is primarily an anaerobic sport, a … Continued
To understand hockey strength and conditioning you have to be aware of the unique demands placed on an ice hockey player. In order to be successful in hockey, besides having exceptional skills, players should participate in a program that will … Continued