Sports performance

  • Death of diets
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    Death of diets

    Not diets but healthy nutrition habits: The fitness industry has spent many years and tons of money developing the belief of using diets to lose weight. Diets have been created for the purpose of sales and marketing, by people interested in selling a book, workshop, or seminar. Diets attack the problem but not the cause;…

  • Top 3 Techniques To Get Stronger Without Weights
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    Top 3 Techniques To Get Stronger Without Weights

    Although we live in a performance world where everyone wants to use weights to get stronger which obviously can work…but before you go buying all those weights, there are a few techniques you can still use to get super strong that can be done anywhere anytime! We’ll break down our top 3 techniques. we use…

  • 3 ways boxing can increase hockey performance
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    3 ways boxing can increase hockey performance

    Boxing for Hockey players training Improving hockey performance varies for each individual, but one consistent factor is the foundational ability to move effectively. Whether it’s increasing foot speed, getting stronger in the corners, improving speed, or enhancing shot power—all common needs for developing hockey players—dry land training proves invaluable. Directly focusing on the athlete’s needs…

  • How Training Builds Confidence on the Ice
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    How Training Builds Confidence on the Ice

    ?Confidence can seem like it comes out of nowhere sometimes, but it’s usually a combination of proper preparation and putting in the work!  Getting stronger physically can obviously have huge effect but also mentally how a player perceives himself can sometimes be the biggest thing holding them back. We’ll breakdown where a player can build…

  • Top 3 Ways to Improve Hockey Stride Performance
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    Top 3 Ways to Improve Hockey Stride Performance

    ? The off-season is here and it’s time to start training for next year! Hockey stride performance is always at the top of the mind of every parent and kid at season end. “How do I improve my stride?” How do I get faster?” We’re here to help answer those questions and be as efficient…

  • Flexibility vs. Mobility…Which is Better for Hockey Performance?
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    Flexibility vs. Mobility…Which is Better for Hockey Performance?

    ?Flexibility and mobility, what’s the difference? These two words have very similar meanings, so determining which means what can get a little confusing. We’ll break it down for you! We’ll go over what each means in training terms, the difference between the two and how to get the best hockey performance benefit! How We Define…

  • The top 3 reasons why your results are plateauing
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    The top 3 reasons why your results are plateauing

    Training for performance or just for health is a great experience of growth, but when the excitement of progress begins to dwindle, it’s natural to wonder “Why the plateau?” I will uncover the top three reasons that might be thwarting your results. Let’s navigate the challenge of adapting to changing fitness levels, shed light on…

  • Tight Hips? Let’s Get Them Loose!
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    Tight Hips? Let’s Get Them Loose!

    Top 5 Ways to Stretch the Hips for Hockey Players If you’re a hockey player, these stretches are great for opening up the hip region, especially if you’re experiencing tightness in the groin, hip flexor, or hamstrings. From the constant grind of the skating motion, you may experience tightness in these areas, but don’t worry,…

  • The #1 Missing Piece to Your Hockey Training
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    The #1 Missing Piece to Your Hockey Training

    ? It’s hard to know what to focus on with all the noise in the hockey performance world now a days. You hear conflicting things from all angles…work on speed stuff, you need to be more mobile, do this program, this exercise is the best. How do you know what to follow? Although these all…

  • 3 exercises for hip relief
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    3 exercises for hip relief

    Top 3 Ways to Stretch the Hips for Hockey Players Using Foam Rolling If you’re a hockey player, for that matter. We understand the struggle of dealing with tight hips. Hours spent skating weekly, driving from game to game, and traveling across states can put your legs through a beating. Consequently, you may experience lower…

  • Top 3 Ways to Increase Hockey Speed
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    Top 3 Ways to Increase Hockey Speed

    ?? Hockey is a game of speed! There is no doubt about that, but what is the best way to increase hockey speed? The typical go to’s include ladder drills, agility training or just doing exercises faster. These can have a benefit and increase speed but how much speed can you really gain with these?…

  • How to Properly Transition to Barefoot Training
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    How to Properly Transition to Barefoot Training

    As we stated in our last article the transition to barefoot shoes should be gradual! Many people have movement pattern issues that need to be addressed prior to making the transition. This will reduce the risk of injury and keep you moving toward your goals! Common Movement Pattern Issues Tight Ankles This is one of the most…

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