Elevate your game. Join elite strength coaches from hockey teams across the U.S. and Canada at the exclusive training event of the year, the 2nd annual NSCA Training for Hockey Clinic. With powerful presentations and hands-on demonstrations, you’ll learn the essentials of training up close and personal from leaders in hockey strength and conditioning. This two-day clinic features topics from developing a yearlong hockey training plan to physiological monitoring and its uses, giving you the tools to apply research-based knowledge back in the weight room.

Whether you’re training youth, professional or somewhere in between, Training for Hockey is an unmatched opportunity to learn the tricks of the trade for preparing your athletes to excel on the ice.


This Clinic will provide the following CEUs:

NSCA 1.6  |  BOC 16NSCA Hockey

Don’t miss out on power-packed sessions and elite speakers including:

Physiological Monitoring and Practical Uses in Hockey
Devan McConnell, UMass Lowell

Building an Annual Plan for a Collegiate Hockey Year
Joe Maher, University of Michigan

Sustained In-Season Hockey Performance
Chris Schwarz, Ottawa Senators

Bioenergetics for Ice Hockey. How to create a High Performance Machine
Jim Snider, University of Wisconsin

Nutrition Support for Women's Hockey
Alicia Kendig, US Olympic Committee

Today's Hockey Player Athletic Development; Bantam to Professional
Doug Crashley, Crash Conditioning

Register through May 25 to save up to $75!
Space is limited to the first 120 registrants.
800.815.6826 | NSCA.com/hockey2015

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