Off Ice Hockey Training Program

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by Jeremy Rupke on June 12, 2011

Hey guys, I get a lot of emails asking me about hockey training, workouts, nutrition and so on. I usually recommend the book complete conditioning for hockey. Although this book is older I find it has a lot of good information in it, but recently I found a really good hockey training program that I just had to share with the readers of this blog. A lot of subscribers to how to hockey have already signed up! Here is a sneak peak inside the online hockey training program

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If you would like to sign up or get more information visit the about page to learn more

What you Get

  • Workouts designed by Chad Moreau, former strength and conditioning consultant for the Edmonton Oilers and MANY NHL players
  • Hockey specific workouts that will improve your fitness and hockey skills
  • Set goals for which skill you want to improve (speed, acceleration, shot power, etc) and get a custom workout program and hockey workout schedule specifically made for you
  • Registration is easy and if you don’t like the program or are too busy you can quit any time
  • Check out the about page for more information
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Jeremy Rupke

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Hi my name is Jeremy. I LOVE hockey and I am passionate about improving and helping others improve. My goal is to break every hockey skill down into easy to understand articles and videos. I explain everything step-by-step to help others improve. If you want to learn more about me you can read my about page. Thanks for reading and sharing!

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NATE September 18, 2012 at 7:00 pm

hey im a 6’5 defense men this book help my feet get so fast i really like the book it helps

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VICKY June 14, 2012 at 9:02 am

Does anyone know how much cash this program costs?? It sounds pretty good, but I’m wondering if it might be cheaper(or better or easier) to practice with a book, stick, and puck at home.

And one more, is this program for experienced players? Because I’m fairly towards the novice side at ice hockey, and I think off-ice and at home practice would be very beneficial.

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MIKE February 5, 2012 at 8:01 pm

To anyone who’ve tried HockeyOT, are their programs generally have to be done in a gym?

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FRANK February 5, 2012 at 1:18 pm

Actually…the book says 18 and over….but I cant blame any 12 year old for wanting to get into the best shape possible…

There is a 16 year old in my gym that is now a muscualar 202 pounds….I would venture to say he wasnt going to wait until he was 18.

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MICHAEL January 11, 2012 at 3:03 pm

Hey Im 12 and I was wondering if this is something I could use? I`m gonna try it anyway but is it something for me 2 do?

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ALEX January 22, 2012 at 11:32 am

hey man, you shouldn’t really do muscular workouts until your around 16 – 17 as your body is growing anyway and changing your body’s natural growth isn’t a good idea. besides that weight lifting is not risk free and you should be older before deciding wheter you want to take these risks for your sport. there are things you can be doing now though which will improve your game, such as running and fitness workouts, and more importantly allow your body to grow to its fullest potential by eating nutritional food and having a balanced diet. aswell as not smoking or doing drugs and save drinking for social events not just everytime your out and get bored.. and so on, all the obvious things.

MATT H June 29, 2011 at 3:48 am

I just got my copy of the book in the mail today and just finished watching the DVD. Its got some great off ice drills I just wish I had more equipment. The nice thing is you can make some of these things out of stuff at home. That wouldn’t be a bad idea for an article either, making off ice equipment with stuff around the house or maybe cheap supplies you can buy from a store. Like chalk for an agility ladder. I once made an agility ladder from left over molding I found in the garage :P

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VICKY June 14, 2012 at 8:58 am

Hey man, nice idea with the chalk! Those things can be pretty pricey by themseleves, at least where I get ‘em. I should’ve thought of that…nice one. ;)

MATT H June 24, 2011 at 12:37 am

Hey guys just wanted you to know the book link isn’t working. I just signed up to hockeyot and its already looking better than the program by scouting solutions

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JEREMY June 26, 2011 at 6:31 pm

Thanks Matt, I fixed the link. Glad you are enjoying the HockeyOT program, I think it will help a lot of players

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