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Being stuck indoors due to the Coronavirus outbreak means you need a bit of imagination to keep fit. Here are some ideas to help stay in shape wherever you are.
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Teach your kids how to dangle, pass, and snipe like the pros with these hockey drills and practice tips.
Coach Thalin features an upper body push workout in this episode.
Coach Thalin demonstrates a simple yet effective pull workout
Coach Thalin shows how stick handling drills make for excellent active recovery.
Coach Thalin shows how you can improve your explosive power without ice.
Coach Thalin demonstrates an effective core workout
Coach Thalin demonstrates a leg exercise.
Taking a wrist shot starts with your legs. As you go through this motion, you're starting with your weight on the back leg and will end by transferring the weight to your front foot.
The purpose of the snapshot is the quick release. It's all about the transfer of your weight, however, you're hitting right behind the puck and as you come through you're snapping your wrist over.
4 things hockey players can do to take advantage of this extra time at home
Training with no equipment as a hockey player puts you in a unique position
If your goal is to become a stronger and faster hockey player, then you'd better focus your off-ice training efforts on these three factors
Training your body specifically to improve your hockey ability and hockey conditioning can be overwhelming for some
As pools reopen and training begins in earnest, one thing that will likely change is access to food and fluids
Follow these tips on how to advance your child's physical health and development in 12th grade.
What your athlete eats after exercise is just as important as what they eat beforehand.Here are five strategies to guide your athlete on what and when they need to eat to properly replenish after practice.
Coaches and parents have a bigger responsibility than ever before in making sure they are setting good examples for their athletes when it comes to the new Coronavirus guidelines.
Help young athletes learn how to incorporate mindfulness techniques into their routine, lowering stress levels and improving concentration.
Dr. Michele LaBotz, TrueSport Expert and sports medicine physician, explains exactly what neuromuscular training really means for sport, and how you can apply it to your coaching practice
Teachers, administrators and parents are learning things on the fly in the new world of online education
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