Groin and Hip Injuries in Hockey Players (Part 1)

By: Bobby DeThomasis   Anyone who has played hockey can tell you that one of the most common areas that get injured in hockey players is the hip/groin complex.  Typical injuries include but are not limited to “groin strains” (I will explain later why I put that in parentheses), hip flexor strains, hip impingement syndrome […]

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Preventing Head Injuries For Hockey and Football Players

It seems as though every time you turn on ESPN you hear a report about some athlete in a contact sport having to miss games due to a concussion or other head injury.  I am unsure as to whether head injuries are more prevalent these days or if they are just more publicized.  Regardless, head […]

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Using Science To Improve Sport Specific Conditioning

I often get asked the question “what type of conditioning do you do with your athletes?” and my answer is always the same……”it depends on the sport, position and individual.”  No two sports are exactly alike and no two positions in a given sport are exactly alike either.  This article will give a brief overview […]

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Here Is The Summer 2014 Training Compilation Of Our Professional and College Hockey, Football and Baseball Players

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Improving Speed and Explosiveness for Power Sports

With the exception of the sport of power lifting, where the goal is to lift as much load as possible, regardless of the time it takes, an athlete’s performance in most other sports is determined by speed, power and explosiveness.  In sports such as football, hockey, basketball, track and field, etc. it is not enough […]

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Off-Season Hockey Training

Here is a video of some of our hockey players working hard during the off-season.  

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Applied Strongman Training

“Strongman Training” is not a new form of exercise. In fact, quite the opposite is true. If you trace strength and conditioning back to its inception you might find that lifting, pushing, pulling and walking with heavy objects has always been a part of physical conditioning. At PTS we use many different implements that mimic […]

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