Insane In-Season Hockey Training


Looks great.

We mentioned this one briefly last week, and we'll be posting a full review early in the new year. In the meantime though, a quick look at what it is :


In Gymchat 228 - In-Season Training for Hockey Conor Doherty outlined his approach to training for Ice Hockey, during the season itself. Very interesting discussion.

The Insane In-Season Hockey Training package is a detailed look at this area. Becoming stronger, faster and generally more powerful during the season. What to do, and when.

Full details shortly; if you're ready to get a head start though, swing by the official site. Dive in.


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Conor's Corner : Hockey Training with the Overloaded Trap Bar Deadlift.A Quick Introduction : This is a series of brief weekly videos by Personal Trainer Conor Doherty looking at various aspects of Performance Training for Hockey. For an in-depth discussion of this subject check out Gymchat 194, and of course Star Factory Fitness. Great site. cheers, Scott
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