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3 Exercises for a Hockey Forward
Good luck, your welcome
hey, i play hockey in illinois, are you wearing a team illinois shirt?? just wondering
No its a our company’s tee, if you’d like one in black or grey send me an email from our website and ill send you one free. We have grey and black T’s Large and XL just specify.
iv been doing this for awhile and i really do see a difference in my explosiveness and overall strength on the ice. thanks bro
welcome, good luck to you.
you improved my season thanks alot! u hearr me thank u so chuckin much dawg peace
thats awsome man. I play hockey and im center and this really helps thanks so much.
I’m going to try..
Nate,i played through college and still play today. I do jujitsu and muay thai also.
hey man looks good, thanks. what college did you play for
ill take one and wear it to practice if u send it
Good question. There are some exercises that you can do that produce immediate results. Also, it depends on how your training has been thus far. For example if your new to training and these exercises you’ll notice very fast results because your body isnt use to this, so, your body has no choice but to adapt to the new stress on the body. Again everyone iprogresses in a different way, but these exercises along with hard work will make you a stronger player. good luck!
thanks. wht adominal muscle training do you recomend for a hockey defenceman??
these are great exercises but for the first one i would recommend staying on the balls of your feet just for muscle memory because all of skating is through your toes
yea but if u squat a lot of weight u’ll fuck up ur knees so in this case that’s fine but otherwise don’t do that.. also ur back will get messed up
Staying on the balls of your feet is very dangerous for your knees and should be avoided. Forwards do stay more on the balls of the feet but training that way wont help like you might think
does hockey take alot of your time ?
;( i cant to the position on 1:38, any tips?
Do you have any good conditioning drills?