Your Doing Push-ups Wrong (FHTPP5)

Here’s Power Play number 5 where I was able to find some great posts discussing The correct way to perform push-ups and a planks.  These happen to also be great exercises to help with hockey conditioning. There is also a post about 10 reasons why women should strength train.  Check them out and give the exercises…

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Top 5 Athletic Qualities To Train (FHTPP4)

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In the forth edition of The Female Hockey Training Power Play, I found an article about sagittal core work, thoughtful insight on how you might want your daughter or you for that matter thinking about working out, and also the Top 5 athletic qualities to train for every athlete.  Now time to dig in. Core Training In The Sagittal Plane…

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5 Take Home Principles From My First Spring Team Hockey Experience

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      Four Years Of Initiation Hockey After coaching my boys for their first 4 years of Initiation hockey I finally got the oportunity to help as assist coach for my oldest son’s 06 spring team.  Again after 4 years of Initiation hockey I jumped at the chance.  Needless to say it was quite…

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Check out this sick T-shirt!

I’m sure you know someone who would get a kick out of this new T-shirt I created!  Maybe it fits you to a T.  You might want to grab it for a quick last minute xmas gift.  It’s only on sale for a limited time so get it now.   You can order it by…

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The Do’s and Don’t of College Hockey Recruiting, On Ice Quickness, and In Season Training (FHTPP3)

Here’s the third edition of The Female Hockey Training Power Play.  You can check out the second edition here. The Power Play is a collection of articles from some of the industries best minds when it comes to hockey training, sport conditioning, performance nutrition, sports psychology, and much more.  I have scoured the web to find you the…

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More Speed Training With Some Core Work Thrown In – (FHTPP2)

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Here’s the second edition of The Female Hockey Training Power Play.  You can check out the first edition here. The Power Play is a collection of articles from some of the industries best minds when it comes to hockey training, sport conditioning, performance nutrition, sports psychology, and much more.  I have scoured the web to find you…

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The Female Hockey Training Power Play – (FHTPP1)

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Welcome to the first ever edition of The Female Hockey Training Power Play which is a collection of articles from some of the industries best minds when it comes to hockey training, sport conditioning, performance nutrition, sports psychology, and much more.  I have scoured the web to find you the most pertinent information, cutting edge secrets,…

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Female Hockey Bodyweight Exercises

Success at any level of female hockey requires a certain level of strength.  Not just core strength or lower body strength to aid in skating speed. Full body strength is a requirement of the female hockey player and you can get this through bodyweight exercises.  Being able to control ones own body on and off…

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Bodyweight Exercise, All A Female Hockey Player Needs?

I get this question quite often heading into an off season.  Players will ask me if focusing on bodyweight exercise will be all they need during the off season to increase their strength for fall camp.  My answer to this question is  “It depends” which I will explain in the rest of this article. Bodyweight Exercise Training…

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Off-Ice Hockey Training During A Playoff Run

The second half of the hockey season for many female hockey players can feel like an eternity.  If you happen to be one of the unlucky players that has experienced an injury or is feeling extremely fatigued and weak, your not alone.  It’s a long season with tournaments ramping up along with additional practice times…

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