Hockey Anatomy (häftad)
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Human Kinetics
142 illustrations
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Hockey Anatomy (häftad)

Hockey Anatomy

Häftad Engelska, 2018-08-31
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Hockey Anatomy presents 96 exercises with over 60 variations to improve on-ice performance. Featuring highly detailed anatomical illustrations it highlights muscle groups used during exercise and game action. Dr Michael Terry, team physician for NHL's Chicago Blackhawks and Paul Goodman, the team's strength and conditioning coach share some of the most effective hockey exercises. Each includes step-by-step instructions and anatomical illustrations. Illustrations of the muscles involved in shooting, passing and stopping the puck show readers how the exercises are fundamentally linked to hockey performance. No matter the position or hockey skillset, there's something for everyone. Part of the bestselling Anatomy Series, this guide provides the action and artistry of ice hockey.
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"Paul Goodman is always striving to perfect his craft on player development. He's committed to maximizing results. Paul has one goal in mind, not only for himself, but his players as well... to be the best! In Hockey Anatomy, he shares that expertise with you." Patrick Kane, Right Wing for the Chicago Blackhawks (National Hockey League)

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Michael Terry is the head team physician for the Chicago Blackhawks and a team physician for Northwestern University Athletics and the US Olympic volleyball team. Paul Goodman is the strength and conditioning coach for the Chicago Blackhawks and is responsible for preparing yearlong on- and off-ice training regimes. He joined the Blackhawks after six years working at the University of Vermont. In 2006 the NSCA named Goodman the State/Provincial Director of the Year.