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Lateral Squat ISO hold
Jim McKee
Lateral Squat ISO hold Lateral Position Pin-Pulls - This is an iso-hold intended to mimic skating positions more closely than the traditional split squat hold. . . . keep reading
Hockey Strength Podcast Episode 14- Miami Hockey's Justin Roethlingshoeffer
Brian Sipotz
Hockey Strength Podcast Episode 14- Miami Hockey's Justin Roethlingshoeffer In Episode 14 of the Hockey Strength Podcast we talk with the strength coach of the Miami Redhawks, Justin Roethlingshoeffer. Justin is the next in a series of podcasts where we will be speaking with the presenters for the upcoming Great Lakes Hockey Strength and Conditioning Clinic on May 9th. Coach Roethlinshoeffer will be talking about how he collects and uses data to customize training and drive the performance of the Redhawk players. . . . keep reading
Circle Sled Push
Darryl Nelson
Circle Sled Push This is a sled push variation that I started using this year. Nothing ground breaking but it does give us some variety in our training. . . . keep reading
Hockey Strength Podcast Episode 13- Great Lakes Clinic Presenter, Jim McKee
Brian Sipotz
Hockey Strength Podcast Episode 13- Great Lakes Clinic Presenter, Jim McKee In Episode 13 of the Hockey Strength Podcast, we begin our discussions with the presenters at the Great Lakes Hockey Strength and Conditioning Clinic taking place May 9th, 2015 on the campus of Eastern Michigan University. We will be previewing each speakers presentation and getting to know why the topic is important to strength coaches, hockey coaches, and players. In today's episode, we will talk with Coach Jim McKee about his presentation, Unconscious Learning and Athletic Performance. . . . keep reading
Upper and Lower Crossed Syndromes in Hockey
Greg Roskovensky
Upper and Lower Crossed Syndromes in Hockey The work of Dr Vladimir Janda has given us a name for one of the most common postural issues in athletes today. Dr Janda was a neurologist and physiatrist who became well known for his research on categorizing and treating musculoskeletal pain, and he helped coin the terms upper and lower crossed syndrome. In these conditions, he identified two groups of muscles based upon their development. . . . keep reading
Foam Rolling for Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness and Recovery of Dynamic Performance Measures
Gregory Pearcey
Foam Rolling for Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness and Recovery of Dynamic Performance Measures Here is a study on the use of foam rollers from the Journal of Athletic Training. . . . keep reading
Post Practice Strength Circuit
Brian Sipotz
Post Practice Strength Circuit This video shows a high school team doing an in-season strength circuit which takes about 15 minutes to complete with minimal equipment and space requirements. Four strength movements are represented along with some hip mobility. . . . keep reading
Pre/Post Practice Workout for Youth Teams
Brian Sipotz
Pre/Post Practice Workout for Youth Teams We have been getting a bunch of questions about a workout that can be done at the rink, so here is a 6-week program. . . . keep reading
Introducing HSC's very first live clinic, the Great Lakes Hockey Strength and Conditioning Clinic!
Brian Sipotz
The Great Lakes Hockey Strength and Conditioning Clinic will take place on May 9th, 2015 at Eastern Michigan University. For this one-day event, hockeystrengthandconditioning.com has brought in 7 of the region's top coaches and presenters from places like the University of Michigan, Miami University, and the National Team Development Program to talk about topics that are relevant to strength and conditioning professionals, athletic trainers, physical therapists and coaches. This clinic is all about training hockey players and will benefit anyone who wants to improve their training knowledge. . . . keep reading
Hockey Strength Podcast Episode 12
Brian Sipotz
Hockey Strength Podcast Episode 12 Episode 12 of the Hockey Strength Podcast now available. Check out our conversation with Physical Therapist Greg Roskovensky, where we discuss pain and what it means to athletes and strength and conditioning coaches. . . . keep reading
Anti-Rotation Sled Pull
Darryl Nelson
Anti-Rotation Sled Pull This video is showing anti-rotational core training with the drive sled. . . . keep reading
Pain 101: What is pain telling you?
Greg Roskovensky
Pain 101: What is pain telling you? Pain is an essential indicator for doctors, physical therapist, athletic trainers, and strength coaches. Learn more about these signals in this great article by DPT Greg Roskovensky. . . . keep reading
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