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Training

Long Term Athletic Development For Aspiring Pro’s

 Specializing in one sport early on may work for a small portion young aspiring pros (>20 years old), but the harsh reality for the majority of these young hopefuls is that early specialization will lead to failure. Hockey, baseball, and soccer are the 3 biggest sports seen and spoken of in Montreal, not to mention...
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The SYSTEM – You’re LOST Without It

Over the past few years, well maybe many years, OK 30 years, I’ve seen a lot of intelligent, passionate, energetic, and seemingly financially sound trainers/coaches come and go – what was missing? A SYSTEM. They finished school or worse, a weekend certification, with a plan of how they would transform their clients.  It worked great...
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5 Deal-Breakers For Hockey Scouts

After spending the weekend in Boston coaching players who aspire to play hockey at the college hockey level and speaking with the scouts who were narrowing down their shortlists of players who they are interested in, I realized how much the little details of the game make a big difference. If you want to play at the next level,...
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What It Takes To Be A Better Coach.

While reading last week’s article, What I’ve learned in the last 3 months, I am thankful to have been able to work in facilities that are filled great coaches. All of the coaches I have looked up to and gone to for advice have preached the importance of continuing education. One major thing I have learned in the...
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