Hockey Off Season Practices

Hockey off ice practices and training

In general you can say there are two ways of looking at off ice practice and how you should perform it. The first one is about making a big amount of repetitions, sets and practices for each muscle group.

50-70%, 10-15 repetitions X 5-10 sets and > 4 practices for each muscle group.
The other one is closer to the one used during maximum strength practice.
70-80%, 6-10 repetitions X 3-5 sets and < 4 practices for each muscle group.

Hockey off season and dryland training practices and drills

Strength, speed and stamina training in hockey

What are the demands in your sport? What and how should you practice? Inside the book you get some guidance. Ex. Hockey requires both speed and stamina, but less strength than in wrestling and they don’t need to have the stamina of a marathon runner. You also find tables for strength, speed and stamina training in hockey to guide you in your off season practices and of course a lot of off-ice practices in different categories.

Buy the off-ice practice drills E-Book

You order the off-ice practice drills (100 pages) by clicking the Buy Now button below or in the menu below the picture, you will now be moved to PayPal to make a secure payment. After fulfilling the payment the off-ice drills will be sent to you personally by e-mail (pdf). So you will not get an auto respond mail with the drills, but the drills will be sent to you as quick as possible. The off-ice practices have explanations in English!

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Content in the hockey off ice training material
– Training in general
– Strength training
– Speed training
– Stamina training
– Analyzing the needs
– Circle Training and practices
– Warm up practices
– Jumping practices
– Upper body practices
– Leg practices
– Running training
– Coordination practices
– Duelling in pairs
– Other Drills

Buy the Off season and dryland hockey practice eBook, by using the buy now button Price 34,95€. The eBook is sent to you manually in an e-mail.