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If you want to know how to make yourself near-invincible to nasty hip and groin injuries that frequently cause players at all levels to miss games... then here's how some of the world's most elite NHL and other professional hockey players do it.
And why you can do the same thing today with the information in this letter in less time than it takes to tape your stick and sharpen your skates before your next game.
But before we get there, let me tell you a story - a very personal one...
Despite never playing hockey professionally, I'm no stranger to hip injuries myself.
You see, a few years ago I was training for a powerlifting meet when I injured my left groin.
Now, you may be asking how my powerlifting injury could have anything to do with hockey. It will all make sense in a minute, I promise.
^^ That's me back in my "powerlifting days"
Anyway, back to the groin injury I was talking about...
There were no warning signs during my workouts.
No bad lifting technique involved.
No super heavy squats where I could have tweaked it coming out of the hole.
All I know is one day, groin pain just appeared out of the blue. And what a persistent little bugger that turned out to be.
At first, I tried to ignore it and continued putting in work at the squat rack like it was nothing.
Soon the pain became so unbearable that even squatting down with a wooden broomstick felt as if someone had taken an extreme dislike to my groin area, then stabbed the F out of it.
I figured that wasn’t normal. So I started looking for a way to rid myself of the physical agony radiating from my groin area.
After reading several articles on hip rehab online, and trying out a few different things, I found a way to eliminate the pain completely.
And, to my great delight, I have never experienced
another hip or groin injury ever since.
Remember when I mentioned how my powerlifting injury would have something to do (a lot, actually) with hockey earlier? Here's why that's important:
When I got into training hockey players as their strength and conditioning coach (you know, the guy whose #1 responsibility is to keep his athletes healthy and in the line-up), I immediately learned that hip flexor and groin injuries are what shoulder injuries are to baseball pitchers...
A HUGE problem that forces guys to
miss a bunch of games every year.
They can (and often do) wreak havoc on your health no matter which league you play in.
At the professional level we're talking about star players earning up to 5, 6, 7+ million dollars a year getting sidelined because of avoidable groin pulls.
So do countless lower tier players all over the country at this very moment whose adductor strain doesn't make the headlines on NHL Tonight.
No hockey player - whether you're a beer leaguer, a pro, or anything in-between - is truly exempt from experiencing hip injuries.
That is, unless you're using these unique but proven hip injury
prevention methods you'll discover in a moment.
If you've ever strained your groin, you know just how painful such an injury can be...
Walking hurts, skating hurts, driving hurts, EVERYTHING hurts. But slapping some Icy Hot on your groin and trying to grit it out won't solve the issue.
What is the fix then?
I'll reveal that in a minute. But first, let me explain just how widespread the problem is and what led me down the rabbit hole of groin strains in hockey...
As a strength coach working with hundreds of hockey players, I had to find a solution to keep my players off the injured reserve list. In order to do that, I needed to understand the underlying reasons for why and how hip injuries happen in the first place. So I decided to delve deeper into scientific research on the topic of hockey hip injuries.
And what I found wasn't pretty...
Here's what research done on NHL players and other professional hockey players reveals:
Yikes! Pretty scary stuff, huh?
Knowing that so many hockey players suffer from tight, immobile hips...
And knowing that so many hockey players can't play their best game because of annoying hip flexor or groin strains...
And knowing how these issues can lead to more severe problems like a sports hernia or chronic lower back pain if not taken care of properly and in time...
And now armed with the academic knowledge of why hip injuries occur, plus the practical experience of successfully rehabbing my own groin strain (and, never having gotten injured again after that experience)...
... I decided to create a great done-for-you program that makes you practically invincible against hip and groin injuries that plague so many professional as well as recreational hockey players in today's game.
Bulletproof Hockey Hips is the most complete hip injury prevention system ever created specifically for hockey players.
BULLETPROOF HOCKEY HIPS MANUAL
The main manual includes 4 different done-for-you routines you can use daily to stretch, strengthen and mobilize your tight hips.
You will also discover how to perform all of the 40 exercises included in the program with detailed descriptions for each.
In addition, I explain how to fit these routines into your weekly hockey schedule so that you can get the most out of the program.
BULLETPROOF HOCKEY HIPS DVD
I have shot exercise demonstration videos for each of the 40 drills in the manual.
That means you can easily follow along as you perform these movements with perfect form, feeling every exercise in the intended muscles.
You will experience immediate results the very first time you go through the program.
But first a warning... this product is NOT for everyone.
Whiners and procrastinators who never take action (and need constant hand-holding) should NOT buy it.
Or those who just let perfectly good products get buried on their hard drive, never doing anything with the valuable information inside.
Or lazy people always chasing the latest "magic pill" trick or secret that promises to solve all their issues without effort.
If that's you, please do not waste your time.
I'm sure there's a program for your needs somewhere out there - but this isn't it.
However, if you're SERIOUS about getting this part of your training handled...
And if you're SERIOUS about investing 10 minutes out of your day into armoring your hips against injury...
... Then I have a very special offer for you if you purchase today...
PRE-GAME HIP PREP ROUTINE
Highly effective lower body warm-up sequence you can use to unlock your tight hips before a hockey game.
Do these 10 dynamic hip prep drills as instructed and you'll be ready to play your best game as soon as the puck drops!
You can be making a difference to your hip health, skating power and performance within minutes.
Just click the yellow "Add to Cart" button below to get started.
To your optimal hip health and performance,
Creator, Bulletproof Hockey Hips
PS - Don't forget my 90-day, unconditional money back guarantee.
Here's how it works:
Use the routines in Bulletproof Hockey Hips every day for the next 90 days.
(You only need 10 minutes per day, max, to do them)
If your hips don’t feel stronger and more mobile after doing so, I’ll buy it back from you.
That means I take all the risk, not you.
Again... These routines must loosen up your tight hips, strengthen weak hip muscles, and notably reduce your risk of hip flexor and groin injury...
Or You Don't Pay For Them!
Here's how to order:
To get instant access to Bulletproof Hockey Hips at MY risk (not yours), just click the yellow "Add to Cart" button below.
NOTE: Bulletproof Hockey Hips is a downloadable product. No physical products will be shipped. After your order, you will get INSTANT ACCESS to download the e-book onto your computer. The e-book format is Adobe Acrobat PDF and the videos are MP4 files, which both can be viewed on Mac or PC. If you have any questions regarding this product, please contact me at email@example.com.
Anglet Hormadi Élite, French Division 1
France U18 National Team
Injury-Free Season, FINALLY!
"I finally had a completely injury-free season.
In previous years, I used to feel minor groin pain as the hockey season drew on. When I followed Yunus' training programs, that pain vanished. I believe a big part of that are all the adductor and core strengthening exercises he had me perform.
Not only are Yunus' training methods extremely effective, his attention to all the small but important details set him apart from other coaches.
In all my years of playing hockey, Yunus is the best trainer I ever had. Every day I spent with him at the gym, I learned something new."
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Sport Vaasa, Finnish Elite League
Ex-Pro Hockey Goalie, Finnish Elite League
"... one of the best hockey strength coaches in the business."
"I've known Yunus for a few years now, and what struck me from the beginning was his knowledge of and passion for hockey strength and conditioning.
His dedication to developing his athletes, ability to explain any drill or exercise in a training program, and tremendous coaching skills all set him apart from others and make him one of the best hockey strength coaches in the business.
I've implemented things that he has taught me with my hockey players competing for championships, and I can't thank him enough for that.
To any athlete who wants to become stronger and faster than their competition - and remain injury-free while doing so - I highly recommend Yunus' training methods."
One time. You buy Bulletproof Hockey Hips today, and you get lifetime access.
No. Any hockey player who wants to improve their hip strength and range of motion can benefit from the routines.
The majority of exercises in the program are body weight movements.
However, for certain exercises you will need small training equipment like a med ball, Valslide, or resistance band. You'll be able to find those at many public gyms. If not, they can be purchased on Amazon or at a sports store for a few bucks.
Yes, it comes with a 90-day, no questions asked money back guarantee.
If after running the program for 90 days your hips don't feel stronger and more mobile, simply write me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll refund your purchase Johnny on the spot.
10 minutes or less per day.
Yes. In fact, it's highly recommended goalies do the routines inside this program.
Because they often have to get into very acrobatic positions to stop the puck - including dropping quickly into a butterfly or hitting the splits - goalies run a high risk of experiencing groin strains.
Many hockey players note how their hips feel looser than usual already after the first session.
In any case, your hips should feel notably better by the end of your first week following the program.
I'm not a doctor so I can't answer that.
Your best option is to ask your surgeon or doctor for his recommendation.
While some websites make it hard to find an email address to contact, I put mine right out there: email@example.com. If you have a question, email me, and I'll get it answered.
Creator of Bulletproof Hockey Hips
Yunus Barisik, CSCS, is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for a men's professional hockey club and an elite junior hockey organization based in Espoo, Finland. He has trained hundreds of hockey players at the junior, college and pro levels, including NHL Draft picks and World Champions.
An accomplished author, Yunus has had articles published on top fitness and performance sites, including STACK and Muscle & Strength. He also wrote Next Level Hockey Training, a comprehensive resource for ice hockey players on building athletic strength, size and power, while staying injury-free.
References for Bulletproof Hockey Hips:
 Mölsä J, et al. Ice hockey injuries in Finland: A prospective epidemiologic study. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 1997 Jul-Aug; 25(4):495-499.
 Tyler TF, et al. The association of hip strength and flexibility with the incidence of adductor muscle strains in professional ice hockey players. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2001 Mar-Apr; 29(2):124-128.
 Emery, CA. Risk Factors for Groin and Abdominal Strain Injury in the National Hockey League [thesis]. Calgary, AB: University of Calgary; 1999.
 Emery CA, et al. Groin and abdominal strain injuries in the National Hockey League. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine. 1999 Jul; 9(3):151-156.
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