This week’s video of the week is the Goblet Squat.
This week’s video of the week is the Split Squat Jump
Following last weeks’ Hurdle Over/Under video, here is this weeks’ video.
Today is the official release date of my book Total Hockey Training. I can’t believe that today is actually here. The reality is that there were several days when I thought that this wasn’t going to happen. Whether it was self-doubt or I didn’t feel that I had enough time to hit certain deadlines, […]
A recent email exchange with some parents and coaches from a youth team that I worked with in the past inspired me to write this. I was originally told by a parent that a person suggested that the team should participate in a 20-30 minute yoga session for a pre-practice/game warm up. The parent was […]
Some of the best coaches to have ever walked the planet were known as coaches who emphasized the details. Details have always been emphasized by the best. No stones are left unturned when it comes to planning and organizing every aspect for their team. John Wooden, for example, was known for not only being a […]
Before this past Saturday’s game against Wisconsin, I had the opportunity to talk training with Jim Snider, the men’s hockey teams’ strength and conditioning coach. Jim is a really bright coach who has done a great job while working with current and former Badgers over the years. As we were talking, we got into a […]
Random Thoughts I get into ruts sometimes about writing. Often, I can’t look at the screen and start to write when I have no clue of what I want to write about. Here though, I am going to borrow from some (such as Eric and Charlie) who consistently post their “Random Thoughts”: – I am […]
Hockey is a game that is played throughout the world by people of all ages and skill levels. It is common for local ice rinks to have adult aged recreation leagues (some would refer to as beer leagues) in place. There are enough people who enjoy the game that there are different divisions comprised with […]