Hockey Fitness: Year-round Conditioning on and Off the Ice

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Leisure Press, 1988 - Sports & Recreation - 133 pages
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Train with the same ice hockey conditioning programme used by the pros. Authors MacAdam and Reynolds have combined over 25 years of experience in conditioning, coaching, and training to develop the principles found in Hockey Fitness. The Detroit Red Wings as well as many other professional, youth, amateur, and scholastic-level players have all benefited from their expertise.

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Contents

Chapter 2What Is Inherent to Conditioning?
11
Chapter 3What Inhibits Conditioning?
19
PART IIHOCKEY CONDITIONING PRINCIPLES
35
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About the author (1988)

Don MacAdam is the co-author of three previous hockey conditioning books: The Hockey Conditioning Handbook, How to Make the Best Use of Your Ice Time, and Hockey Fitness: Year-Round Conditioning On and Off the Ice. With a special focus on conditioning for the sport, he lectures at hockey clinics throughout Canada and the United States. He Currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Gail Reynolds is a member of the committee that developed Canada's Coaching Certification Program, Reynolds has also spoken at several Canadian Amateur Hockey Association Level 4 and 5 clinics and lectured at the York symposium for Elite Coaches. Her articles have appeared in Coaching Review and the Journal of Applied Physiology. She lives in Ingersoll, Ontario.

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