ATHLETIC CONDITIONING IN-SEASON TRAINING PROGRAMS 

 

This program is specifically designed and instructed by a certified and licensed athletic trainer, who is specifically trained in sports development for specific age groups, injury prevention and biomechanics of acceleration, jump mechanics and specific sport development .

  • Physical Development
  • Speed
  • Agility
  • Injury Prevention
  • Core - Stabilizer Strength
  • Strength Endurance
  • Introduction to Multi & Unilateral Training
  • Explosive Arm & Leg Strength
  • Balance - Coordination
  • Power
  • Energy Systems Development

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ATHLETIC TRAINING CLASS IS NOW AVAILABLE  MONDAY & WEDNESDAY 5:30 PM

 

 

 

SUMMER OFF-SEASON 

MI HOCKEY MAGAZINE this month had a great article on identifying what type of player you are and how to move forward over the off-season to make improvements. We attached a link to the magazine aticle.

To open the below article click the image or open:  http://www.bluetoad.com/publication/?i=302754&p=26

 

WHAT NCAA COACHES ARE LOOKING FOR IN THEIR RECRUITING Fearless Coaching

A great article for coaches and student athletes  (open the PDF) 

5 TIPS TO GET RECRUITED – AN INSIDER’S LOOK INTO COLLEGE HOCKEY RECRUITING 

Click the prodigy logo and open the PDF ....This is a great article for parents and players from Prodigy Hockey

http://www.prodigy-hockey.com/players/what-college-recruiters-look-for-in-a-player/ 

 

Sports Nutrition

USA HOCKEY NUTRITION SERIES

Proper Nutrition plays an important role and it's a key component in any athlete’s success. Dave Ellis is a sports nutritionist for the USA Hockey Development program in Ann Arbor MI. The videos were created to address Youth Hockey but the principles are the same for all age groups and athletes. These videos provide a great educational tool for players and parents....great information! To view the Series of USA Nutrition videos visit: 

www.admkids.com/page/show/944942-nutrition

UNILATERAL and MULTIPLANAR TRAINING 

All athletes will benefit from the following presenation. Understanding how to train like an athlete is the key to performing better and remaining injury free!

Centre Ice Fitness is a member of and participates in educational training through Hockey Strength and Conditioning. This is one of the best resources for hockey players that are taking their athletic training to the next level. All science based hockey sport specific training. If your not a subscriber of HSC they have many Youtube videos to review.

Below is a great video on Unilateral Training .
 

Real Workout: Henrik Zetterberg

This is a great example of a complete sports performance workout includes warm up and movements for speed power and balance.

Scoring with science - Hockey revealed (Stamkos training)

The lessons on periodization or specific training stages through out the year is key in this video. Post season recovery realignment strentgh and the role nutrition plays in fuel and recovery. 

ACHA American Collegiate Hockey Association is a real College Hockey alternative  

 

The American Collegiate Hockey Association might not boast the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s high profile, but it boasts more college hockey players and is rapidly growing.

Since forming in 1991, the ACHA has ballooned to around 460 teams, split into three divisions of men’s hockey and two women’s divisions.

While the ACHA has members all across the U.S., the organization has particularly thrived in the newer hockey markets such as the Southwest and places like Florida and Tennessee, where high-level players don’t have as many opportunities to play NCAA hockey after high school.

 

There are many ACHA Hockey Programs that provide forms of scholarship for players. 

USA HOCKEY ARTICLE ON ACHA and its emergence as a great alternative for players that want to play college hockey: 

ACHA TEAM/ DIVISION Link:

PERSONAL TRAINING - CORPORATE FITNESS - NUTRITIONAL ADVICE - WEIGHT LOSS - GROUP CLASSES - CORE STRENGTH - SPORT SPECIFIC TRAINING