Strength Training for Ice Hockey Is Now Available for Pre-Order
Today is the day:
My new book Strength Training for Ice Hockey is up for grabs.
FYI, this isn’t a rehashed compilation of my previous articles… and I’m not serving you some lukewarm lifting leftovers from yesteryear.
Strength Training for Ice Hockey includes the most up-to-date training tips, tactics and methods I use to get hockey players strong and jacked. It took me 2.5 years to research, organize, tweak, write and edit the whole shebang.
And the result is the most practical book on off-ice training EVER published. Strength Training for Ice Hockey spans 275 pages and includes almost 300 references to relevant scientific studies.
Despite this fact, you don’t need a PhD in Exercise Science to grasp what I share with you inside. The tone of this book is informal and conversational, yet highly informational. So ANYONE can absorb the key points, implement the advice and dominate the weight room.
I’m just going to list the most important details about this offer in bullet points to save you time:
* You have the chance to pre-order Strength Training for Ice Hockey at 50% off today (regular price: $39.95). All I ask is that you cover the printing, shipping and handling costs which total $19.95.
* The paperback version starts shipping September 15, 2020 and the e-book will be available for download on August 31.
* You have the option to secure your copy with my signature and turn it into a cherished collector’s item for a few extra bucks at checkout.
* I have hidden a special, unannounced bonus (value: $29.95) on the thank you page just to thank you for ordering the book and supporting my work. That’s right… The value of this bonus *alone* exceeds the tiny price you pay for the entire book. Simply click one single button at the end of the checkout and it’s all yours.
Here’s where to get Strength Training for Ice Hockey at 50% off (and snatch up all the extra goodies along with it):
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