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Revolution Training Tip: Sample off-ice workout for hockey goalies

Regular InGoal Columnist Maria Mountain is an expert trainer of hockey players, including Stanley Cup Champions. Learn more about working with her at www.hockeytrainingpro.com

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This week I wanted to share a sample off-ice training program that will help hockey goalies build flexibility, strength, leg power and core stability.  This is not an elite level off-ice workout, but it will be a much better option than your typical fitness club workout on machines or if you have never done any goalie specific off-ice training.  If you are not sure how to do some of the exercises, you can  check out the video below the workout.

STRENGTH
ExerciseSetsRepsTempo
DB Split Squat38 ea2 down: 2 up
SB Push Up310-152 down: 2 up
Squat Lateral38 ea2 down: 2 up
DB Bent Over Row38-122 down: 1 up: 1 pause at top
SPEED & STABILITY
Squat Push Lateral28 eaQuick
SB Roll Out210-15Slow
Squat Jump to Lateral Hop25 eaQuick
SB Side Lying Leg Lift210-15Slow
MOBILITY
Dynamic Groin Stretch145s
Squat & Stretch15x10s
Supine Hip Internal Rotation115 – hold 2s
Hamstrings with Strap130s each

 

 

About The Author

Maria Mountain M.Sc.

Hockey strength and conditioning coach Maria Mountain, MSc specializes in off-ice training for hockey goalies. As the founder of www.GoalieTrainingPro.com and the owner of Revolution Sport Conditioning in London, Ontario, Maria has trained Olympic Gold medalists, a Stanley Cup Champ and athletes from MLB, NHL, AHL, CHL, CIS and more.Try Maria's Goalie Stretch Solution today.

1 Comment

  1. RFleming

    Maria,

    I believe I’ve asked a question on every training video you’ve posted here since I’ve been reading IGM, so I won’t stop now.

    Do you do 30 seconds of rest between each set for these? And I assume a warm up and regular stretching comes before these exersizes.

    I can’t wait until I am able to get the whole program, because starting to become a serious goalie at 26 is pretty intimidating.

    Thank you so much and take care,
    Ryan

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