If you haven’t already secured your Off-Season Training for this summer, now is the time to do it and these are the program elements you should be looking for:
A Team of Experts
It is crucial to look for a cohesive team where the key to success is communication. The strength coaches, nutrition and treatment specialists and management team should all work together to maintain high standards and give young players the best chance at success.
Beginning the off-season with a corrective program will help build a strong foundation and allow players to work their way up to more strength-focused exercises for improved power, explosiveness, speed and agility. Incorporating a strategic on-ice component that compliments the off-ice program will give athletes the tools they need to make gains over the summer.
The quality of this component will separate good programs from great ones. Finding an off-season program that teaches and incorporates proper nutrition is just as important as the training. Players need to understand the connection between what you eat and how you perform.
Recovery & Treatment
Just like nutrition, recovery must go hand-in-hand with training and should be built into the off-season program. Rest, proper fuel for recovery and having access to a sport clinic is important. Locations with an on-site clinic will also ensure that your treatment needs are met through the summer.
Real Life Experience
You want to be part of an off-season training program that is facilitated by professionals in the industry who understand first-hand what it takes to be a top athlete. The ability for a young player to relate on a personal level with their training coach is invaluable.
For more details on my programs or to sign up, contact Jeremie Dupont at 647-228-2882 or email@example.com.