Welcome to our what’s in the bag series!
What’s up guys!
Jeremy Weiss here with Weiss Tech hockey and recently I’ve started getting a few questions about coaching gear. It’s that time of season when coaches thinking about how they want to run things in the upcoming season, which is just around the corner!
So I figured it might be a cool idea to do a series called “What’s in the Bag?”
This page is the central hub for the series. Just click any of the links below! We’ll add links as new videos are published:
- Best Hockey Bag for Coaches
- The Perfect Hockey Whiteboard?
- Best Hockey Clipboard
- The Most Versatile Hockey Cone Ever?
- UPDATED: The Best Ice Marker for Hockey Coaches!
- Lightweight Shooting Targets for Your Coaching Bag
- Your Coaching Effectiveness will Skyrocket with this #1 Drill Diagrammer
- My Top Hockey Coaching Whistle for the Last 20+ Years
- Check Out This Must-Have Helmet Repair Kit
- Coming Soon!
I’ll link out to each coaching tool whenever possible, so you can pick and choose what new tools you want to add to your own coaching bag!
Hope it helps!
Jeremy Weiss (with his translator) presenting at a hockey coaching symposium for the Russian Federation in Moscow—2018.
Who is Jeremy Weiss?
Hockey coach and international consultant, Jeremy Weiss, has worked with thousands of coaches worldwide since 2008 to help produce championship teams at every age and skill level.
He is known internationally through the work he has done online. In 2008 he invented “digital chalktalks” which combined screen sharing with drill diagramming software, to produce a training experience nobody had ever seen before. His YouTube following quickly grew to over 19,000 subscribers, and he has produced over 130 training videos.
Jeremy runs a development blog for coaches, which has over 280 posts. He is the author of 10 hockey books for coaches, and is the editor of Hockey Development Magazine.
He was trained in the Eastern European style as a pre-teen, by his Czechoslovakian skills coach, and competed internationally as a “Wexford Raider” among the top youth hockey programs in the world including Russia, Czechoslovakia, Finland, and top teams in his home province Ontario, Canada.
He majored in Exercise Sciences at Brigham Young University, and subsequently worked as a Personal Trainer, where he continued to study and develop ideal training methods for hockey.
He has incorporated the very best pieces from the various training styles he has been involved in, and has built a world-class off-ice strength and conditioning program that fits the specific needs of hockey players.