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At-Home Hockey Conditioning Workout [For Small Spaces] ๐Ÿ’

August 22, 2019


– What’s up, hockey players? Kevin here from HockeyTraining.com, and in this video, I’m
gonna take you through a body weight hockey conditioning workout that you can do at home with limited space and no equipment. Before we get into the workout, we’re gonna run through a quick warmup. We’ve got four exercises that we’re gonna run through in a circuit. First up is prisoner squats. Perform 10 reps to start off the warm up. Next, we go on to six
mountain climbers per leg or 12 total. Then we’re getting up for cossack squats. We’ve got six per legs
or 12 total here as well. The last exercise of
the warm up is push-ups. Perform 10 push-ups before
resting 30-45 seconds and run in through the warm
up circuit one more time. Now it’s time to get into
conditioning workout. We’re gonna run through three super sets and then finish off with a
60-second finisher exercise. The first exercise is
gonna be plyo push-ups. We’re gonna be doing five push-ups exploding up and clapping
at the top of each. Once finished the push-ups,
we’ll rest 10 seconds before moving on to the second
exercise of the super set. Next up is vertical jumps. We’re gonna do five vertical jumps, jumping as high as you can
without pausing between jumps. Once finished, rest 45 seconds and then repeat the super set
for a total of four rounds. The second super set starts off with Bulgarian split squat jumps. Find something just under
knee height for this and perform three jumps per leg. When finished, rest 10 seconds before moving on to the next
exercise of the super set. Get down to the ground for eight close grip push-ups for speed. Focus on being explosive but make sure you go through the full range of motion. When finished the eight reps, rest 45 seconds and then repeat the super set for four rounds as well. The first exercise of our last super set is alternating split squat jumps. We’re doing three jumps per leg here or six total of jumps. Rest 10 seconds before moving
into the next exercise. The second half of the
super set is going to be a 60-second plank. Focus on contracting the core and keeping your body in a straight line without having your
butt too far in the air or having your hips sagging down. Once 60 seconds is up, rest 45 seconds and repeat the super set
for a total of four rounds. To finish off this workout, we’re gonna run through 60
seconds of military burpees. Run through as many burpees as you can in the 60 seconds,
keeping track in your head so you can challenge yourself
to beat your score next time you do this workout. Congrats, you’ve just run through a grueling hockey conditioning workout with no equipment needed. If you enjoyed this video,
please do us a big favor. Hit that thumbs up button and subscribe to our channel if you’re not already subscribed. And if you want a full
hockey training program with more workouts like this, make sure you head over
to hockeytraining.com. Train hard, guys.

8 Comments

  • Reply Nick O July 31, 2018 at 12:06 am

    Awesome! Excited to try this out on my Conditioning day and please make another small space speed workout video!

  • Reply Jessica Troyano August 1, 2018 at 11:42 am

    I love the videos and information provided! I am not a hockey player, but I have 3 kids who are. We ALL utilize the videos and nutritional information to work out together and gain knowledge and insight into how to be our best selves (player or not).

  • Reply DMP Beats August 4, 2018 at 2:03 am

    YES, THANK YOU!

  • Reply Michael Clougherty September 3, 2018 at 8:24 pm

    Is this good for in season?

  • Reply Randell Banga November 19, 2018 at 2:42 am

    This helped me so much! I play all girls hockey and I really needed this! Thank you so so so much!!! Please do another video like this!!!๐Ÿ˜„

  • Reply Peter Castellano February 25, 2019 at 3:09 am

    great stuff, awesome. luckily, i do many of these already! ha.

  • Reply AaronMayes313 May 2, 2019 at 1:45 am

    How effective is this vs interval training? Iโ€™m looking to get in better shape for my league starting in September and Iโ€™m hoping to condition 3 days a week. I just ran through it for the first time tonight and by the end I was beat, but will I continue to see benefits after weeks of doing this routine?

  • Reply Connor Molineaux June 13, 2019 at 3:44 am

    look at the cute dog at 2:44. by the way thanks it helped

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