Saturday, May 18, 2024

Hockey Matters: How to approach your pre-season training  

The pre-season is a natural opportunity to develop the physical qualities needed for hockey, whilst total training volumes are lower. This is especially the case in the early pre-season when training intensities haven’t yet returned to full and there is more time available to allocate to physical training. In this article I am going to share some principles around how to approach training during this period. 

Problems Faced During Pre-season 

The main problems faced by hockey players during the pre-season are typically as follows: 

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