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Hockey Training: Become a Better Hockey Player


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The hockey training podcast will provide you with hockey-specific training, performance, nutrition and mindset tips to help you become a better hockey player and dominate every time you step out on the ice. This will include a deep focus on hockey performance related topics such as hockey speed, conditioning, agility and power training - among many other topics.

Customer Reviews

Love this!

Kinda subscribed randomly to this podcast to speed up the drive home and learning a thing or two about training for hockey to up my game this season. Have to say, I’ve learned more than just a thing or two- am getting a whole education! Keep it up! Just wish there was a place or means where one could post questions about things in the podcast (ie post-game recovery or figuring out the actual speed of my metabolism). Regardless, anxiously await each weekly episode! Love it, fellas!


Thank you for the very thorough and thoughtful explanations of the science behind hockey specific training and the practical advice for its effective implementation!


Coach talks fast and has a lot to say. Really gets you into the mindset to treat your conditioning as a critical part of your game. His ability to break down agility impressed me most. Thanks! Keep these coming. I’d love to hear a few on how older guys only playing once a week and not working out enough can focus their skills development and improve their eating 😀

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