Hockey Training Mistake

First off, thank you for everyone that wished me a Happy Birthday via email or on Facebook.

Incredible!

…or as my son would say, “I just can’t believe it!” (Young Einstein reference for those with toddlers.)

The well wishes are still coming in.

Even Bret Contreras, aka “ASS Person,” wished me a happy birthday!

Okay, now to the blog post.

As you know, I was on holidays for a bit (Los Angles, Maui and Las Vegas).

I am glad to be back.  I was missing hockey.

No, not field hockey, ice hockey!

It is great to be back in Vancouver and seeing what the Canucks are doing.

While in Maui all I could see were Anaheim Duck games, yuk!

Okay, to today’s interview.  It is on hockey training.

I did a lot of interviews when I was in Las Vegas a few weeks ago.  I did one with Maria Mountain.

Maria specializes in training ice hockey goalies.  In the little interview below she chats about a common hockey training mistake teams and players make.

Enjoy!

#1 Hockey Training Mistake

==> CLICK HERE to watch the interview on Common Hockey Training Mistakes.

If you are a ice hockey goalie, you should check out her program by CLICKING HERE.

It was cool, I asked her for one mistake and she gave me two.

I like how she highlighted the two things goalies do not need to work on but coaches get them to do.

She also talked about hip mobility, you can get more info here on hip mobility.

Also, a little while ago I interviewed Julien Emery about Hockey Groin Injuries, it may interest you.  To listen to it, click here.

I like what Julien said about eccentric training.

Later, off to the pumpkin patch with the kids.

Rick Kaselj, MS

P.S. – If you are a personal trainer in Richmond, BC go here and leave a comment in the comment area.  I had someone contact me looking for a personal trainer in Richmond that has experience with knee injuries.