Building Hockey Specific Strength to Become a Better Skater

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Updated: October 3, 2014

 

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Here we have lateral lunges and in this one we are using waited stick. Again you can add more weight by putting a two and a half pound plate down. All you are going to do is just start facing lateral down at that hockey position, hands are out on this one forehand side and you are just keeping your hands right here, down low, nice and ninety degree position.

I want you to hold that ninety degree position the entire time. We are just stepping out with the outside leg and bringing that leg back in. So this is lateral lunges with a weighted stick in a forehand position. We are not coming up; we are just staying low in that ninety degree position the entire time.

If you want to add some stick handling motions you can, we are just really reaching out and then come back in, reaching out, come back in, really good for that mobility in the hip, working on keeping that seat down, back flat, head up.

Building Hockey Specific Strength to Become a Better Skater

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