Tag: hockey training

5 Hockey Speed Training Tips

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This is a guest post from Kevin Neeld In my 18 years as a player and on-ice instructor and now as an off-ice specialist, I have seen countless players get cut and/or lose their competitive edge because they can’t keep up with the speed at that current level. While everyone’s speed potential is a ...

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The Best of How To Hockey – Summer Edition

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Last summer we wrote a bunch of articles and made quite a few videos to help with stuff like shooting and stickhandling. I get quite a few emails asking for drills or tips for ways to improve these skills off the ice so I thought I would make a collection of links to the articles we have made in ...

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Hockey Speed Training

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Speed is a major factor on the ice, have good acceleration and a good top speed will make you hard to catch on the ice and should help you get more shots on ice. If you feel like you've got rocks in your hockey socks try doing this exercise a few times a week over the summer. This is a special ...

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Off Ice Hockey Training Program

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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 ...

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The Ultimate Off Ice Training Combo

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I know that a lot of people will want to keep their hockey skills sharp over the summer. Every spring after a month or so without playing hockey I start to get the itch to play. I love hockey, and I not only want to play, but I also want to keep my skills sharp. I recently found a great combination ...

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Deke of the Week 3 – Fakes

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In the third edition of the deke of the week I am going to be talking about fakes. In my opinion a fake is not the same as a deke, but you can use fakes in your dekes. A "fake" is just a slight, or subtle movement that might freeze the opposing player for a slight second, sometimes a simple fake is ...

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Hockey Dryland Training Tile Review

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As a hockey player it is important to practice shooting and stickhandling on a regular basis. The big problem that most hockey players have though is finding a suitable surface to stickhandle and shoot off of. The biggest problem with shooting and stickhandling on pavement or asphalt is the ...

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Green Biscuit Review

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The green biscuit is a hockey training puck that is designed to replicate the feeling of stickhandling with a real hockey puck on ice. While many ( too many!) products promise the feel of stickhandling with a real puck, only a few can deliver. How did it stack up? Read on to find out. If you ...

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