Thread: Advice: Young defenseman help?
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02-04-2013, 11:12 PM
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As above talk to your coaches and if you can talk to coaches in the Q.
They will know everything you will need to do to get better and will be able to tell how to do it!

Also try and get some hockey conditioning books, I have a few and they are really good!
They include everything from on ice workouts, off ice workouts, nutrition guides and how to tailor your training for off season, camp, mid season, etc

One of the biggest factors that will affect your training and performance is diet so it's quite important to get it right, too much or too little of something can really be quite detrimental and cause everything to fall down.

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