Sep 022011

I really can’t believe it is September 2nd.  This summer has gone by quickly.  I really love this time of year as all of the guys start filtering back in to town to get the season going.

Recently at, we have some really good discussions on the forum including discussions on the importance of adduction exercises, pros and cons of hockey skates, and the use of creatine.  We will be adding much more content as we get into the pre-season and in-season mode.

Here is what we’ve added this week:

Med Ball Core Circuits by Mike Potenza.  These are 2 medicine ball workouts that are performed in a circuit like fashion. I like the progression that Mike uses and I like how they are sport-specific like at this time of the year.  Good stuff from Mike.

Three Questions Every Coach Should Ask Themselves by Chris Pietrzak-Wegner.  I really like this quick article from Chris as it is a good self-help piece for any Strength and Conditioning Coach.  I am a big believer in that as a Strength and Conditioning Coach, you must practice what you preach.  These are 3 good questions that you need to ask yourself.

I like to post these quick blog posts every week or so because I feel that is a great resource for anyone that works with hockey players.  If you are a Strength and Conditioning Coach, Athletic Trainer, or even a Coach, HockeySC is for you if you are working with players on or off the ice.  Right now we are offering a dollar a day for a 7 day trial.  I think it is the best site on the internet for hockey strength and conditioning info.

Thanks for your continued support!


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