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10.7.2014
Hockey Dryland Training: Shift Training
 Jim Plocki was the University of Michigan Hockey Strength and Conditioning Coach from 1990 to 2013, in that time they won 2 National Championships,
9.7.2014
The Manual Lateral Raise
The following are the rules for Manual Resistance.  Rules 5 and 5a seem to require the most coaching.  Pausing at the top of movements
6.11.2014
Static Stretching
A Little Physiology            A free nerve ending brings information from the body’s periphery along the spinal column to the
5.15.2014
Get Strong Feet
Get Strong Feet A characteristic of any ‘system’ is interconnectivity and interdependence.  All parts of a system interact with one another and the entire
3.29.2014
Dryland Training: The 300 Yard Shuttle
Hockey Dryland Training: 300 yard shuttle Jim Plocki was the University of Michigan Hockey Strength and Conditioning Coach from 1990 to 2013, in that
2.14.2014
An Import Aspect Of Training
Every coach is concerned with fatigue, vision and coordination. It is addressed through strength and conditioning and skill development, as well as countless hours
1.25.2014
Lifting To Improve Respiration
A lot goes on in our physiological system during heavy exercise that we may or may not think about or be aware of.  In
12.29.2013
Get Strong Get Sleep
There is a view in coaching that getting athletes up early for strength and conditioning is a positive. This would be true if we could monitor when they
12.22.2013
Protein Timing On Muscle Strength And Hypertrophy
Protein timing is vogue throughout athletics and is a popular dietary strategy.  The idea has become to regulate the intake of protein with training in