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01-09-2013, 09:14 PM
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Check through their videos, there are some good ones in there for off-ice training, which is good if you're only on the ice once a week and it's during a game (not a good time to practice skating!)

There's lots there for both general fitness and skills development that you can do off-ice. I'd recommend going through their playlists.

There is a video or two in their (I think in the off-season one) that talks about nutrition, but I'm no expert there.

My simplest advice is to definitely go to the stick n puck sessions when you can, and set goals to achieve! Go with the idea that you're going to work on stopping, or on your edges, and then work away at it. I hope the Nike videos help, too.

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