OFF-ICE TRAINING STARTS NOW!!!!

I often get asked when young players-ages 8 and up should start their off-season training program. The answer is by May 1st at the latest. This gives a good 3.5 months of great training-many players start their team on-ice in Mid August. The nice thing about the Hockey Speed and Power manual is that every […]

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Time to build that EXPLOSIVE ACCELERATION and CORE STRENGTH

As we head towards May it s essential for all young, aspiring hockey players to really work on their off-ice strength, power, core strength and anaerobic and aerobic conditioning. It takes a good 4 months to really maximize your results from a training program so don’t wait until to June or July-get started NOW. I […]

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Why train Hockey Specifically from a young age?

Many players and parents think after their winter season is over spring and summer hockey is the best way to improve-nothing could be further from the truth. I have mentioned many times Matt Duchene started at age 9 with my training. He is the FASTEST PLAYER IN THE WORLD AND STARTING TO TRAIN THE HOCKEY […]

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Core Strength Training for Hockey

Most people have heard of core strength training but really don’t know what it means and how important it is. It is so important to hockey training that I have included six different core training routines in the Hockey Speed and Power Manuals. Core training involves much more then situps and crunches. Most effective core […]

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Matt Duchene’s father Testimonial when he was 11

I thought proof from a parent of an NHL star and a player who is considered THE fastest player in the NHL would help parents decide on the effectiveness of the Hockey Speed and Power manual. I worked with Matt personally for 3 years both off on on-ice. Many people think these NHL stars were […]

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