There are two different “seasons” for a hockey player – the in-season and the off-season. Hockey players need to be training differently during these two seasons in order to get the most out of their hockey training and improve on the ice.
The off-season is when hockey players will need to have a 100% focus on their training and work hard at getting stronger, more powerful and more explosive, which will directly transfer to being faster, more explosive and all around better on the ice during the season. A professionally designed hockey training program is necessary to ensure you are going through the proper periodization so you come into training camp or tryouts at your best.
During the season our goal is maintain the improvements and gains we made during the off-season, so that we can perform at a top level throughout the season and stay injury free. Hockey players that don’t have a proper training plan in place to follow during the season will often get weaker, more injury prone, and start to decline at the end of the season when the most important games are being played. We create our in-season hockey training programs to ensure that you will be dominating your opponents all the way throughout your hockey season.
Below is a list of our hockey training products and links to where you can purchase them online. If you are serious about your hockey training we highly recommend you start training with one of the following workout programs.
Off-Season Training Program
Get access to Phase 1 of our off-season program here: http://www.hockeytraining.com/free-program/
Phase 1 will run until March 29th, 2015 – where we will launch the full program.
This “Next Level Performance” package is going to be the most complete hockey training program available online anywhere in the world.
If you want to become a faster, more explosive and dominant hockey player in 2015, this is the program you want to be following during the off-season.
Dan has completed the manuals for all 5 phases of the programs, which will contain strength training workouts, conditioning workouts, and meal plans, and they are jam packed with high quality information and workouts that are going to help you take your game to the next level.
The Next Level Performance hockey training program will run from March until the end of August and will have you entering your 2015 training camp or tryouts in the best shape of your life, including being the faster skater you’ve ever been and being lightning quick on the ice so you stand out from the rest of the players in camp.
I hope you’re excited, because I’m excited to take you to the next level on the ice.
Men’s League Hockey Training Program
Learn more at: www.HockeyTraining.com/mens-league-domination/
This one is for the Men’s League hockey players. Because us older hockey players don’t have a lot of time to spend in the gym, this training program is just 3 workouts a week. Each workout is designed to get you in and our of the gym in under an hour.
The program was designed to run year round, because most Men’s League players are playing 1 or 2 games per week year round, with no other practices or ice times. There is no real off-season for Men’s League players, so we try to make improvements in the gym year round.
The Men’s League Domination training plan is designed to make you a faster player on the ice in just a few weeks, and will also help you lose any unwanted body fat that is slowing you down. We use one month long phases, putting you through each workout four times before switching you to a new phase and completely different style of training.
The program was designed by popular hockey strength coach Dan Garner out of London, Ontario and has a full 100% satisfaction guarantee – if you don’t love the program and notice massive improvements on the ice you pay nothing.
Elite In-Season Workout Program
Learn more at: www.InSeasonHockeyTraining.com
What is the biggest mistake that hockey players make during the season?
The answer – not training in the gym.
We all work hard to get faster, stronger, quicker, and more explosive during the off-season, but failing to continue training during the season will make you weaker, less powerful, and more injury prone as the season goes on – instead of what we want… to get better as the season goes on so we can perform our best during the postseason.
In-season training is completely different than off-season training, which is why you need to follow a professionally designed program. Our in-season training program will help you get better during the season, including becoming faster on the ice so you can be the best player on the ice. You will also help prevent injuries and be full of energy for your games.
Don’t make the mistake that most hockey players make and let yourself lose all of your off-season strength and power gains. Follow a in-season specific hockey training program and outperform your opponents.