Warning: For serious hockey players ONLY. Continue reading only if you want to up your game to that of a top prospect.
These are the low points in the game of hockey. And I'm guessing you've experienced at least one if not more of these unfortunate situations.
I'd have to say for an athlete losing and being injured are probably the two worst things to go through.
There is something you can do about this. You can control your destiny. There is a way to ensure your training leads to on ice performance.
A few years ago I was approached by a junior level hockey player for some help with his off-season training.
Now this wasn’t a player that was lacking in size or talent. He had always been a goal scorer coming up through the various levels of hockey. And he had a great mix of size to dominant another player physically yet could still keep pace with the quickest guys out there.
So you could say he was on this way to making it to the pros and living out his dream of playing in the NHL.
Just like working with a championship thoroughbred, a trainer can sometimes do more harm than good with athletes that are already at the top level and on their way.
HE did all the work. HE put in the sacrifices. HE was the one that was on time for every session and did everything exactly the way I asked him to. HE...Read More detail