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Providence College, NCAA D1
"In just one year of training with Yunus, my strength and speed have improved dramatically!"
UMass Amherst, NCAA D1
"Gaining strength and muscle has boosted my performance a ton. I'm now much more agile and explosive."
TPS Turku, Finnish Elite League
"Following Yunus' off-season program, I set new personal strength records and I'm also feeling faster on the ice."
From: Yunus Barisik, CSCS
Strength Coach to NHL Draft Picks and World Champions
February 21, 2019
Here's the brutal truth about off-ice training for speed development:
There are WAY too many people on the Internet today who think a bunch of wall squats, box jumps and lunges with 55-pound dumbbells will maximize your game speed.
They say: "If I work hard on these exercises, I will be able to outskate everyone else out there."
If only it were that easy...
If you're serious about boosting your skating off the ice, you need to be very systematic with how you approach dryland training.
Otherwise, you're just taking the "cooked spaghetti" approach...
You know, throwing a bunch of stuff against the wall and hoping something sticks.
Well, today I'm going to show you three off-ice methods guaranteed to build explosive skating speed and make you a faster hockey player.
In fact, these are the exact same methods I use with my NHL draft picks, and D1 college and pro guys to pack on strength, size and power that transfers over to the ice:
Pittsburgh Penguins draft pick Kasper Björkqvist hang power cleans 132.5 kg / 291 pounds, front squats 165 kg / 363 pounds and trap bar deadlifts 240 kg / 528 pounds.
He's displaying elite NHL lower body strength and power as a college sophomore.
Best part? Gaining explosive hockey speed is a simple, 3-step formula.
The formula takes hard work. But it's not complicated. And it's the most effective way I've discovered to quickly improve your power and explosiveness.
If you want to get access to the video where I lay out this speed formula (including exercise demonstrations by NHL draft picks and pro hockey players), just enter your email address below and I'll send it over.
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