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Street Hockey Pucks Review

May 19, 2020 Hockey Blogs No Comments

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Training- improving your slapshot power

May 19, 2020 Hockey Blogs No Comments

To improve your slapshot you must focus an two key aresa, form and strength. You could be 6 feet tall and 220 pounds but if you dont have the proper form your slapshot will be useless. I am only 170 pounds but i can still shoot over 70mph consistently. this is becasue i have practiced for years and have a very effecient form. This means i am able to get alot of weight and opwer transfered to my stick to increase my power. This article is going to deal with what i will be working on, my overall strength and fitness.
Many people belive you need to have bulging biceps and a chest the size of arnold to have a good slapshot. The truth is slapshot power, like alost everything else in hockey is about your core strength. your core muscles are    In general, the muscles of the core run the length of the trunk and torso; and when they contract they stabilize the spine, pelvis and shoulder girdle and create a solid base of support. We are then able to generate powerful movements of the extremities. These muscles are what you use in a slapshot and develping and training them is going to give you a tremendous power boost
Workout for core muscles
their are hundreds of workouts that you can do for you core these are a few of my favorite these are simple workouts that even the pros use,
 these workouts will help tune and train your core. rember you cna;t have strenght without form, make sure you continue to practice shooting as your trianing. this will allow your body to get used to the new muscles.

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Join my Charity Hockey Team

October 3, 2019 Hockey Blogs No Comments

On November 8th I’ll be playing on a charity hockey team to help raise money for those living with disabilities. An ex NHL player will join us on the team, we will draft our ex pro the night before. The tournament is hosted by Easter Seals at the Vaughan Sports Village and I’m offering up […]

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The Role of a Winger in Hockey

There are two wingers in hockey, right wing, and left wing. Both wing men, as well as the centermen are referred to as forwards. The forwards are offensively minded and will score the majority of your teams goals. As a winger you will mostly play on your side of the ice, right wing will play […]

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My Mic’d up 4 year old going viral!

February 25, 2019 Hockey Blogs No Comments

When I shot this video, I thought it would be a cute video, hockey players would love it, hockey parents would smile… I didn’t expect this! Within a day of uploading the Twitter video had over 1 million views, my inbox was full and the Youtube video was over 100 000k views. Today we’re at […]

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How To Hockey Toronto Summer Hockey Camp 2018 – Mastercard centre

You’ve learned from my videos, now you can learn from me in person at my Toronto hockey camp. I’m offering an adult hockey camp, father / son hockey camp (or any kid/parent combo), and kids camp. During the camp we will be working on Skating fundamentals and edgework Shooting fundamentals, getting a strong and accurate […]

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NEVER Miss a Pass Again

March 3, 2018 Hockey Blogs No Comments

Everyone loves scoring goals, but in order to do that, you need to have the puck on your stick. A lot of younger players have a tough time receiving a pass unless it’s perfectly placed on their tape, and we know that not a lot of younger players can make that pass. Today, I’m going […]

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Why Changing Your Shot Angle is an Important Skill to Practice

March 2, 2018 Hockey Blogs No Comments

In shooting you need to practice power, accuracy, quick release, changing the angle, and a deceptive release. You won’t always have a clear shot at the net, there’s almost always a defencemen in your way, and a forward back checking. When most players practice their shot, they just practice shooting straight at the net. In […]

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Create Space like Patrick Kane – Adam Nicholas

Feature Friday is something I like to do where I bring you some of the coolest hockey content on the internet that I’ve found. This week, I’m bringing you a video by my friend Adam Nicholas. He trains hockey players all the way from minor levels, to pro levels. In this video, he’s on the […]

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