What kind of ice hockey training will make you stronger, faster, more explosive, and better conditioned?
These 4 things can have an astounding impact on any player’s career:
- Quality instruction,
- dryland training,
- ice hockey training
NHI stumbled onto a number of high quality ice hockey training resources that should help hockey players of all ages and levels succeed. Get access to quality information on topics including developing a winning hockey program, offering dryland hockey training, and delivering power skating drills.
Want to fulfill your ice hockey potential through better ice hockey training?
Kevin Neeld is the Director of Athletic Development for Endeavor Sports Performance. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) holding a Master’s degree in Kinesiology & Exercise Neuroscience (University of Massachusetts Amherst), a Bachelor’s degree in Health Behavior Science & Fitness Management, and a minor in Strength and Conditioning (University of Delaware).
After completing a successful college hockey career at the University of Delaware (‘05-’06: MVP; ‘06-’07: Team Captain, Lifetime Achievement Award, 2nd Team All-American), Kevin served as the Assistant Coach of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst Women’s Ice Hockey Team and assisted with the implementation of the strength and conditioning program for the UMass-Amherst Men’s Ice Hockey Team. Kevin continues his work in ice hockey serving as a coach, educator, and program consultant in the sport.
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