Monthly Archives: January 2015

Eccentric and Isometric Training to Improve the Hockey Stride

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The hockey stride is a big deal to hockey players. They are aware that improving their stride will make them faster and therefore a better player. There are many parallels between hockey and traditional field sports that use running as their means of moving around. Young athletes are typically taught how to skate/run more instead […]

Training Aerobically without Long Distances

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One term that I do not like is “cardio.” Unfortunately, this is what most people believe they need. Cardio is classically a term used to describe long, slow distance running, biking, etc. American research was focused around cardiac training and its effect on heart disease for a number of years. The benefits are there: decreased […]