Goal #1 of the first block of the hockey off-season ➡️ Attempt to fix some of the postural issues that we typically see as a result of the demands of a long hockey season.
Our goal is simple: inhibit the overused/overworked muscles like the hip flexors, adductors and pec major/minor while also facilitating the underused muscles like the hamstrings, rhomboids and lower traps. In simple terms, stretch the front side of the body and wake up the backside of the body.
I sound like a broken record, but lot of credit goes to Anthony Donskov for consistency putting out quality training info specific to the hockey athlete — his work has changed our thought processes and how we approach the early offseason the last 2-3 years.
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