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Allocating limited training time

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08-17-2013, 12:26 PM
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Allocating limited training time

2 weeks left until hockey starts back up. I lifted weights and did HIIT and plyos all summer. Now on vacation, I have no access to weights but I do have a little training area where I can practice stickhanding and shooting with a variety of street/real pucks and balls.

My time to train is limited to 60 minutes / day.

I could practice hockey skills in the training area or do HIIT conditioning, body-weight exercises and plyos outside. Realisticlly, I'll probably do a little of both.

But I'm wondering which of the two types of training will give the most bang for the buck towards making me a better hockey player this year.

How would you allocate the training time?

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It depends one what type of shape you are already in and what you are trying to improve with your game.

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