Find out the crucial pieces of the motivation puzzle, some barriers that affect your ability to motivate, and how to battle burnout with our guest, Sport Psychologist of the Flint Firebirds, Mike Stacey.
BU Hockey's Director of Analyitics joins us to talk about a different side of the analytics game. These days we focus so much on the use of HR and GPS data that we might forget that there are other parts of the game that can be quantified using something as simple as a game tape. Find out what Kathryn is teasing out to give the Terriers that 1% edge.
On this episode of the Hockey Strength Podcast, we talk to Joe Sawicki, Director of Sports Medicine at Shattuck-St Mary's School in Fairbault, MN. We talk about the emphasis of the U14 training program at the school that saw helped to develop players like Sidney Crosby, Jonathan Towes, Jack Johnson, and Nathan MacKinnon.
Matt Shaw, Director of Sports Performance for the newest NCAA Champs, the Denver Pioneers, joins us to talk about picking and choosing the most valuable aspects from a handful of training and assessment modalities (FRC, RPR, PRI, and FMS to name a few) prepared the Pioneers for a championship season.
On this episode, the National Team Development Program's Darryl Nelson talks about the prototypical hockey build, why those features are advantageous, and misconceptions we have about core training.
On this episode of the Hockey Strength Podacast, Director fo Performance at UMass Lowell, Devan McConnell discusses the different tools and techniques they use to help the players recover from specific training effects. Spoiler alert, it's not always a cold tub!
In this episode of the Hockey Strength Podcast I speak with Great Lakes Clinic Presenter and Directer of the Performance Technology Lab at Eastern Michigan University, Dr. Steve McGregor. We talk about Dr McGregor's presentation for this year's Great Lakes Clinic, "You've Got Data, Now What?" We talk about gathering data, how to make training look like competition (and if that's important), and what Dr McGregor has learned from a year's worth of data from the NTDP.
On this episode of the podcast, we get started with the run-up to this year's Great Lakes Clinic by talking with Physical Therapist and Great Lakes presenter Greg Roskovensky about assessments and performance based strategies you can use to improve tightness, posture, and imbalances in your athletes.
On today's episode, we speak to Miami University Hockey Strength Coach, Justin Roethlingshoefer about how he is using 1080 Maps to assess his players, the 1080 Sprint to test performance, and the value of the information he's getting from those tests.
On today's episode, Jon Williams joins us from Endicott College to talk about the challenges of being at a small school, the differences between D1 and D3 programs, the benefits of a tight athletic community, and the role of a strength coach/ATC.