Hockey Fitness & Conditioning Books

Learn about various exercises, conditioning drills and weight training programs that can enhance your hockey game.

Strength, Conditioning and Injury Prevention for Hockey

Strength Conditioning Strength, Conditioning and Injury Prevention for Hockey - Joseph M. Horrigan, E. J. Kreis, Luc Robitaille.
Strength, Conditioning, and Injury Prevention for Hockey is the must-have resource for hockey players and coaches of all levels and leagues who want to incorporate a safe and solid program into their routine. This guide contains the most up-to-date information and advice culled from sports medicine's most recognized specialists­­from neurosurgeons to dentists to orthopedics.

Complete Conditioning for Ice Hockey

Hockey Conditioning Complete Conditioning for Ice Hockey - Peter Twist, Pavel Bure.
Improve your strength, speed, agility, and endurance by using the 125 sport-specific exercises and drills in Complete Conditioning for Ice Hockey. Peter Twist, NHL strength and conditioning coach, provides the best on- and off-ice training exercises and drills for getting into rock-hard hockey shape.

Hockey Fitness: Year Round Conditioning on and Off the Ice

Hockey Fitness Hockey Fitness: Year Round Conditioning on and Off the Ice - Don MacAdam, Gail Reynolds.
Find general on and off ice drills and exercies for the hockey season and the off season. Recommended for players and coaches of all ages who wish to improve their level of play.

The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Hockey

Weight Training The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Hockey - Robert G. Price.
The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Hockey is the most comprehensive and up-to-date hockey-specific training guide in the world today. It contains descriptions and photographs of over 80 of the most effective weight training, flexibility, and abdominal exercises used by athletes worldwide. This book features year-round hockey-specific weight-training programs guaranteed to improve your performance and get you results.

The Physics of Hockey

Physics of Hockey The Physics of Hockey - Alain Hache.
In The Physics of Hockey, physicist and amateur hockey player Alain Haché examines some of the physical principles behind the world's most popular winter team sport. What makes ice so slippery you can skate on it? How can you skate backwards most rapidly? How can physics improve your slapshot? Why do some collisions cause injuries but not others? How does a Zamboni work? And how do you prepare a pure, smooth ice surface in Dallas when it's 90 degrees outside and there are twenty thousand people inside?