May 182010

Hey Everyone, here is an update of the newest content we added

last week on


“Goaltender Development”- Devan McConnell

Off-ice training is crucial towards goaltender development. In

today’s game goaltenders must be the most athletic players on the

ice. A good training program will build the fundamentals of that

athleticism and provide the transfer of the highly specialized

skills necessary to be a successful goaltender.

read more at:

“Scouting The NHL Scouting Combine” -Sean Skahan

Anaheim Ducks Strength Coach Sean Skahan takes a look at the

upcoming Combine.

Check it out at:

“Share the Load: Two Ways to Improve Thoracic Spine Mobility in

Hockey Players”- Maria Mountain

Although we typically think of the spine as three divisions —

lumbar (lower back), thoracic (mid back) and cervical (neck)

spine, functionally it may be helpful to consider the entire

spine as a series of individual segments. . . .

Keep reading at

Video of The Week- “Off-Season Med Ball Power Exercises”

Mike Potenza

It’s not the Off-Season yet for Sharks’ Strength Coach Mike

Potenza but he gives us a video on some great med ball variations.

Program: “Pre-Off-Season Hockey Training Program (2x/week)”

Kevin Neeld

This is a sample program we use at Endeavor Sports Performance

with our hockey players that finished their youth, prep, junior

seasons around March. Check it out at:

Also, a great discussion on the forum about “The Off-Season to

Preseason Transition”- check it out at:

Thanks again. If you have any questions, let us know.

Sean, Kevin, Mike and Michael

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  2 Responses to “New Content at”

  1. Hey Sean,

    Just wanted to say that I really enjoy your blog, thanks for the info and keep on posting. I will be in Boston this coming weekend and am looking forward to your talk as well. Take care

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