Dan Garner con Youth Hockey Training Guide: Turning Kids Into Future Champions (English Edition)
As it currently stands in the hockey strength and conditioning world today there just isn’t near enough quality youth training and nutrition advice on the market as there should be.
The information and workouts found online are almost always designed with the pro athlete in mind using extremely advanced techniques, heavy weight loads and gym equipment that the average person doesn’t have access to (and the youth athlete shouldn’t be doing anyways).
Youth athletes can and should be doing additional training if they are serious about their athletic development. On top of this, they should also be eating more like athletes as well.
This is where parents or coaches normally start thinking:
“Well I don’t want my team lifting heavy weights every day after school, or even at all”
“My son is 11 years old! He is not going to eat perfect, that’s impossible!”
You know what? You’re absolutely right. The keys to youth athletic development are:
#1: It has to be fun.
#2: It has to be safe.
#3: It has to improve performance.
The order of importance probably comes in that order as well. Those three have to be in place for it to be effective, fun and good for long-term use. The problem I see is too many coaches offer too much of one category, and not enough of the others.
In this Youth Hockey Training guide we will teach you, as a hockey parent, how to help your child train safely and effectively, and how to eat properly as a young hockey player to set him/her up for future success on the ice and in life
Many hockey parents think that they shouldn't worry about this stuff until their son or daughter is older, but the fact is that you will be doing your child a disservice if you don’t help them out with their hockey training at a young age.
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