You Can’t Fake Strength
Most hockey players are too weak.
Yes, that goes for players at all levels, including the pros.
And thus, most hockey players need to get stronger.
I'm not underestimating the importance of mobility work, agility drills, direct core training, or whatever.
Rather, no other physical quality offers as many benefits as getting stronger all around does. Research is clear on this...
Improve your strength and you will:
* Improve your linear and lateral speed
* Change directions faster
* Be able to deliver heavier hits
* Shoot the puck harder
* Suffer less injuries
That's why, in most cases, athletes should view getting stronger as the #1 priority.
Unfortunately, most hockey players don't know how to build impressive levels of strength in a short time.
Fortunately, I've come up with a plan which does just that.
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