DO THESE 5 EXERCISES TO IMPROVE YOUR SKATING AT HOME
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Here are the 5 exercises you should be doing at home to improve your skating:
2) Toes Elevated Squats
3) Scorpion Kicks
4) Prisoner Split Squats
5) BW Renegade Row
As a 52yr old guy who is coming back to the game after 30 years this helps a lot, I've been struggling with shifting weight onto my right leg, I can't wait to add this to my off ice training.
Great video, thanks! Is this applicable even for younger kids? Like 9-12 years old.
in the renegade row at the end, lift up the opposite leg and hold. that adds a nice core option
Thanks for the great training video. I will do with my son
Never realized how wobbly my right ankle was until I tried the T stands. Left side went great, right side was a mess. Hopefully it'll help my right side crossovers. Great routine!
You can do all of these every day? or just the first one?
So. I tried the scorpion kicks and my IMMEDIATE reaction was "well someone with tits surely didnt invent this". Is there any exercise you got similar that a breasted hockey player could use?? 😂😂 This rolling back and forth on my teetas is not a good feeling.
When should I start seeing results?
Am I the only figure skater watching this?
my skating not good
I roller skate but I will be using this! Thank you handsome ☺️
Awesome! Thank you for the video. Very well explained. And very useful. Tested 🙂
As a physical therapist that has a son who plays hockey, I absolutely LOVE your programs/videos. Your videos are thorough and address all the areas where hockey athletes are weak. Your knowledge of the science behind your training is very evident.
just did this entire circuit of 5 today, 4 rounds of each. excellent stuf!
is it normal for the toes elevated squats to hurt my shins?? i do also frequently get shin splits while running…
Can you eventually incorporate weights with these movements?
I😀 like this video because it is very nice 😍😍 I love this video
Is this just for hockey
is it also good for figure skating shoes
Thank you so much. Please more information. I'm going to be best last time
Thank you very much now I know what I can work on and get better at in the future ✊🏽
Truly great advice (as usual)
Tons of info as usual. Keep making those videos!
Love the exercises I'm ready to break into the ice skating rink and start playing again great 👍 video
How many reps of each exercise should I do?
Whats the reps and sets
Fine exercises, even for an old hobby crack like me. Just did it first time although I wanted to start aleeady in January 1st. Now corona quarantine is the reason why I started in our basement finally. Best regards from Austria!
Is this more useful during the ice season? is it useful in the off-season?
My foot hit my while my foot went into my pants on the scortpio and it scared the shit outa me because it felt like someone grabbed me lmao
great video and useful exercises
i don't even play hockey i'm a figure skater but i stayed for Kevin
Hey! Could we just do all of these together, like a very light workout or are they made to be done separately?
Fantastic routine, thanks for sharing!!
In the split squat you show the forward foot has foot ahead of the toes. Question. Should the knee be behind the toes to make the move a bit harder ? Or does it not matter ? Curious.
Sure is making me sweat ! 💪