So here’s the scoop. I want you to click on the link below to watch this 3 minute video of me doing the training that helped me make my hockey dreams a reality at the park across the street from where I grew up. But before you do, I have 1 BIG promise to make to you beforehand.Every player who follows the Advanced Strength Training program in the Total Female Hockey Complete Training System to the letter is going to be able to do at least 1 FULL CHIN-UP by the end of the program.
No, I am not kidding.
But do you need to be able to do chin-ups to play at the elite levels of womens hockey? Not necessarily, but I can guarantee that you need to get stronger. A lot stronger. Click on the link below to watch the hockey workouts that are going
to help you get stronger this off-season.
The truth is most girls hockey players aren’t strong enough to compete at the elite level.
And getting stronger off the ice will make you a better player on the ice.
=> Getting stronger is going to give you a more explosive first-step.
=> It’s going to give you a more powerful shot.
=> It’s going to help you dominate all the 1-on-1 battles in the corner.
You many not be able to do 5 or 10 chin-ups, but you need to start with one. It takes players an average of 9 weeks to do their first chin-up – when they use the proper girls hockey training program.
Your solution to getting to the next level is simple:
Get Stronger = Get Better.
If you are 100% committed to getting to the elite level, and if you are ready to commit to put the work in to get there, together we can make your hockey dreams a reality.
Your friend and coach,
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