Jul 132012

I hope everyone is doing great!  We just wrapped up another successful prospect conditioning camp.  It is always great to have our young players learn how we operate.  For me, I love getting to work with the young players in the weightroom.  We stress the basics with an emphasis on impeccable technique.  I really think these camps are an important part of the development process.

What I also enjoy doing is working with young coaches who want to work and get coaching experience.  Each year, I always have really good “interns” at these camps.  Lots of them have gone on to do excellent things like working in the NHL, AHL, KHL, and collegiate ranks.  This year was no exception as Taylor Lewis came down from the Bay area, while Philip Kip came all the way from Germany.  They did an unbelievable job.

At HockeySC, we have been getting some outstanding content submissions.  Honestly, with how busy things are for me right now, I can’t keep up with all of it.  I will probably end up printing all of the articles and programs off and reading them on vacation in a few weeks.

Here is what has been added since my last update:


Top 5 Quotes From Perform Better Chicago by Brian Sipotz

Children’s Footwear by Dr. William Rossi

Youth Hockey Presentation by Kevin Neeld

Reconditioning Phase: Step One in Off-Season Programming by Devan McConnell


Single Leg Complex Training by Me


Youth Training Program: Tri-Planar Circuits by Mike Potenza

Pre-Camp Work Capacity Phase by Mike Potenza

That’s it for now. We hope you enjoy the site and please let us know if there is anything that we can do to make your membership better.



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