Hockey Performance Training



As You’ve Always Desired…

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Every sport is unique, thus, athletes focus their training on the specific needs of their sport. Hockey players need to be able to last 45-60 seconds at a time for 3 periods, Marathon runners rarely lift weights, a wide receiver needs to have an efficient stride and stride rate. Each of these athletes conditions their body specifically to their sport. Makes sense! It is crucial to focus on the most important skills and strengthen them, right? Or is there a better way?


The Majority of Hockey Training programs do not attend to the athlete as a complex being. Instead, they create the same program for all athletes, even if their body varies in a range of motion, length, body synergy and overall genetic strengths and weaknesses. If a program is not developed with these specific needs in mind, the athlete will never attain their full potential.


Training Aspects hockey performance training programs focus on the specific game day needs of hockey as well as the needs of the body. The most talented players in any sport are ineffective if consistently injured. We will take you through a proven method of body mobility tests to find your weak points and develop a hockey specific program that will enhance your game day skills but also incorporates those weaknesses and turns them into strengths.


Too many athlete training programs focus on singular muscle groups as if they are separate entities. A boxer may use the arm to punch, a tennis player may use their arm to serve, a hockey player may check with the shoulder and a sprinter may sprint with their legs, but in each case, the athlete produces their highest power potential with just that specific body part? The ability to generate your optimal force comes from the ability of your body working as one. “Practice reflects game-day performance”  the same goes for the way you train outside of your sport. Muscle isolation can be a hazard for athletes.

Though there are times to key in on specific muscle groups, our main goal is to allow your body to produce its greatest potential of power. Through various advanced training techniques, we will get your body into sync and performing on a new level.


Working hard and pushing your body to the limit is important, but giving your body time to recover is just as important. Through Training Aspects’ nutrition techniques and technology, we can help you decrease the time it takes for your body to recover. The body usually takes between 48-72hrs to recover, the Training Aspect’s recovery program helps allow the body to recover within 24-48hrs.



Training Aspects’ personal trainers and sports performance coaches want you to accomplish your goals. You, as the personal training client, are a reflection of our personal training and group training methods! We are here to help you accomplish all of your personal training goals!  Our main training focus is people looking to increase performance, lose weight, lose body fat and increase lean muscle. Whether you live in Cherry Hill, Haddonfield, Marlton, or any of the other surrounding areas we are here to help you Move, Look and feel as you’ve always desired…

Visit us at:
910 Haddonfield-Berlin rd.
Voorhees, Nj 08043


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