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HockeyOT was designed by pro hockey players & coaches. It’s like having your own personal hockey strength & conditioning coach at a fraction of the cost

It’s no secret I’m a huge believer in off-ice training. In my last post we talked about the importance of understanding who your competition is, and how to gain an advantage over them. You an check that post out here: Who IS my Competition Anyways…?

Biggest Potential to Gain an Advantage:
In that post, we talked about some of the on-ice factors that go into being an effective player… these on-ice factors are definitely important, however, where you’re really going to gain an advantage is off the ice!

Off-ice strength training and conditioning is probably the biggest category that will give you an advantage over your opponent. There’s nothing better than being bigger, faster, and stronger than your opponent… and knowing it! And having a solid off-ice training program is key to making that happen!

Introducing HockeyOT:
Recently, I had the chance to chat with the founder of HockeyOT, Dr. Chad Moreau. As I was introduced to this program, I knew it would be something that would benefit a lot of young athletes, and I was excited to share it!

As soon as I got my membership set-up, I put myself through the baseline assessments, and started in on it. In this video I walk you through the set-up process, and give you a quick look inside the membership area.

HockeyOT was designed by pro hockey players & coaches. It’s like having your own personal hockey strength & conditioning coach at a fraction of the cost. Once you get in and get your account set up, you’ll go through your baseline assessments and get your program designed for you. From there, you’ll be able to progress, track your improvements, and compare your results against other athletes of your age and gender. Another cool feature is that you can compare your results against the various Pro Athletes that are also on the program… That’s right, there are multiple NHL’ers on this program, running the same baseline tests as you!

Conclusion:
Needless to say, this is a solid program, and definitely one I recommend. So, go ahead and check it out, and get ready to start the process of dominating your opponent!

Off-Ice Hockey Training



Well… It’s that time of year again!

Hockey season is winding down, and it’s time to start strategizing your off-season. The off-season can be a time to make HUGE gains with respect to your Speed, Strength, and Size!

So, to kick it all off, I’ve put together a 3-part mini-series on off-ice training for hockey. You can check it out here:

http://hockeydevelopmentsystems.com/

I look at the off-season as a chance to put some distance between me and my competition. A chance to pick up an advantage, or to gain an edge over my opponent, or in some cases, a teammate with whom I might be competing for a top spot!

I’m sure you’re going to enjoy the videos – I’ve had a blast putting them all together for you!

Here’s that link again:

http://hockeydevelopmentsystems.com/

Cheers!!

Jeremy

PS – feel free to leave a question of comment below the video for a chance to win a free membership to the S3 Formula this summer!!

S3 Formula: In-Season… Register Today!!



The S3 Formula In-Season Program is now available… Here’s a sneak peak inside!!

Here is a new video giving you a “sneak peak” inside the S3 Formula members’ area. Incase I haven’t made it clear enough, using the S3 Formula gives you a HUGE advantage over your opponent. Here’s a little experiment to try…

Next time you’re in the locker room, ask your players to raise their hands if they work out on their own at least once per week, now ask them to keep their hands raised if they work out twice or more per week. Surprised..?

On average, most teams only have 1-2 players who make it to the weight room with ANY form of consistency… let alone executing a true SCIENCE-BASED, HOCKEY-SPECIFIC, strength and conditioning program!

If these numbers hold true for your team, they most likely hold true for the other teams in your league… TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS AND PUNISH YOUR OPPONENT FOR HIS LAZINESS!

You know what to do… let’s get going on this before your opponent does! Click here to register today:

http://hockeydevelopmentsystems.com/

See you on the inside!

Protein Pancakes

Protein Pancakes: Pack in some high-quality protein for breakfast!

I’m always on the lookout for great-tasting recipes that are high in protein. This is one of my recent favorites… Protein Pancakes are a great addition to any meal plan, and one we’ve been using in the S3 Formula – Enjoy!!

Ingredients:
1 cup – plain oatmeal
4 egg whites
1 tsp – salt
5 tbsp – splenda (or other sweetener of choice)
3 large strawberries

Cook up the oatmeal as usual with the salt and sweetener (but use less water than normal so it turns out really thick). Add the egg whites and stir them in well (this will moisten the mixture back up). Throw the mix on the griddle and cook them until they’re light brown on both sides. Cut up some strawberries and put them on top!

NOTE: feel free to cut the recipe in half to fit your individual meal plan.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories – 366
Protein – 24.7 g
Carbs – 56.4 g
Fats – 5.3 g

S3 Formula: Register Now



State-of-the-Art Hockey Workout Program @ http://hockeydevelopmentsystems.com

Hockey is one of the few sports where players do little to no off-ice training, outside of what’s mandated by their respective teams… This leave a HUGE opportunity to gain an advantage over your opponent by participating in a structured hockey workout program. So… what makes for a good hockey workout program? Make sure your off-ice hockey training considers the following areas, and incorporates the correct exercises to train them properly:

1. Which energy systems are used in hockey?
2. Which muscle groups are used in hockey?
3. What key athletic movements are most important for hockey?

We have put together an off-ice summer training camp that is 100% hockey specific. As far as I know, it’s the first of its kind. It will take place over 20 weeks, starting the first week in April, and will operate just like a regular off-ice training camp, except that all of the communication will take place via the web.

Check out this new Hockey Workout, and email me if you have any questions!

Jeremy