Hockey Workout Drill for Improving Core, Low Back,and Hamstring Strength

Hockey Workout Drill for Improving Core, Low Back,and Hamstring Strength


Here we are just going to hold the weight right across your chest. Nice and tight. You can also use lower weight, higher weight. You can go down to a madison ball so there are progressions there. Make sure you can do the exercise proper with proper technique and then you are just going to bend forward so you are going to keep your your feet shoulder width apart. Just a slight bend in your knee and you are just going to bend forward at the hip coming down to parallel and then coming back up. So, we are bending forward at the hip. Bend and stay even in the knee. So we are not bending more at the knee and it is staying that slight bend the
entire time. You should feel a nice stretching your hamstrings. It should not be a pull it should just be a nice stretch. You are coming back up, you want to be in control of the entire movement then to add more difficulty, you can just go on one leg. Here you have a slight bend in the in the knee again, you are coming down, under control, your back is staying flat, your core is tight. Down to parallel and then come back up. So adding difficulty, we are going to go on one leg and then come back up. And then you can also adjust weight to
add more weight or less weight based on your technique. Based on how easy it is for you. If it is easy, you are going to go up. If it’s too challenging I want you to go down to get the technique perfect.

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