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Elite Hockey Players Train During the Season

September 25th, 2011

I believe that it is extremely important for Hockey Players to continue their training program during the season.  We see evidence of this every year with the NCAA Collage players that we train, these athletes are always among the top performers at Premier Strength.  There In-season training programs that they follow at school allow them to maintain Strength, Power, Speed, Agility, Quickness and Conditioning.  This is important not only to allow them to perform at the highest level during the season, but to also put them in a position to get better each off-season.  We see many of our athletes come back at the start of each off-season considerably weaker, slower, fatter or lighter etc. then where they finished the previous off-season.  This makes it difficult to continue to improve with each off-season training program.  We spend much of the off-season getting them back to where they were the previous year and if we are lucky they will gain a little more by the end of the training program.
Imagine a scenario where you start the off-season at almost the same place that you ended the previous year.  Your gains would be greater then every imagined and the results on the ice would be outstanding.  A good in-season program can make this possible.  A good in-season training program will also help you perform better on the ice by insuring proper RECOVERY, injury prevention, aiding in injury rehabilitation, and teaching proper nutrition.

Premier Strengths In-Season Training Program

When: Monday & Wednesday
Time: 330-530 pm
Where: Louie St.Laurent  High School Weight Room (11230 – 43 ave)
Duration: October 3 to December 21
Cost:  $600+ GST

Spots are limited click to register or email for more info.

Please forward this to any Elite Hockey Players that you think might benefit from this program.  You do not have to be a current Premier Strength Athlete.

Barry Butt, BPE, CSCS, CEP

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