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06-14-2012, 03:35 AM
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Lonny Bohonos
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Originally Posted by Wildturkey12 View Post
I used to do the typical stretches you see all of the guys doing on the ice before games and I used to always have to deal with sore groins and hamstrings.

I learned from a coach about dynamic stretches and I havent had a problem since. When I get on the ice I skate a few laps, spin the stick around in one arm and then go to the other. Then while still skating, I bend over and put my stick at the front of my skates, hold it for a bit and then do it towards the back of my skates. After that I put the stick above my shoulders and rotate a bit and then the same with my behind my back. I will usually finish it off with a few outside and inside edge drills and then I am ready to rock.
The best dynamic stretches are with foam rollers.

I never have injury problems due to pulled muscles etc because I do 20 minutes of foam rolling before I play. Its simple and very effective.

Ditch the static stretching.

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