Here are some of our recommended resources to help you take your game to the next level:
- HockeyOT.com: HockeyOT was designed by pro hockey players & coaches. It’s like having your own personal hockey strength & conditioning coach at a fraction of the cost.
- Plyometric Exercise Examples: Created by the Waterford Sports Partnership. A nice little introduction to plyometrics and some entry-level exercises that you can incorporate into your workout program.
- Advanced Plyometric Exercises: A more in-depth and advanced look at some explosive plyometric exercises. Brought to us by the athletic department at Christopher Newport University.
- Supplement-Geek.com: Completely independent and objective reviews of the supplement industry and more importantly of what works and what doesn’t. Joe Cannon, who runs the site, is a exercise physiologist, personal trainer, writer, and speaker who has a Masters degree in exercise science and a BS degree in chemistry and biology. In addition to that, he’s also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a personal trainer certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Over 100 supplements products have been reviewed so check his reviews out before you make your next supplement purchase.
- Complete Conditioning For Ice Hockey by Peter Twist: A great update to his original version that I used while I was training in the late 90′s. Includes a book and DVD. ” Complete Conditioning for Hockey provides a multidimensional training approach that will show you how to get the most from your time in the gym and on the ice. “