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Ice Hockey Performance Clinic

June 13, 2020

CLINIC INFORMATION

The Ice Hockey Performance Clinic will feature presenters
from the Ice Hockey Athletic Performance Teams at the Ohio State University, which includes athletic trainers, strength and conditioning coaches, sports dietitians, and sport scientists. Topics will include specific exercises for ice hockey (including warm-ups, stretches, and mobility), training for improving skating speed and power in both male and female skaters, goalie specific training, using technology and sport science to monitor workload and recovery, velocity based training (VBT) methods, nutritional guidelines and suggestions for optimal performance in ice hockey, common injuries and ways to reduce injury risk, and how to prepare mentally (team building and leadership).

CLINIC SCHEDULE

1:00 – 5:00 PM EST

Five presentations will be given during the scheduled time, each lasting 35-45 minutes in length. There will be time at the end of each presentation for a small Q&A. Time will also be available at the end of the clinic for Q&A with any of the speakers. It is recommended you log in before the scheduled start time, and get familiar with Zoom if you have not used it. Questions during the presentation can be sent to the moderator via zoom chat.& A

CLINIC STAFF

JEREMY HOY
Associate Strength and Conditioning Coach, Men’s Ice Hockey
CHRIS FRIEND
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Women’s Ice Hockey
JORDAN JENNEWINE
Sports Nutritionist, Men’s & Women’s Ice Hockey
KEVIN LENNON
Assistant Athletic Trainer, Women’s Ice Hockey
KEVIN ENCHELMEYER
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

ENROLLMENT
The clinic cost will be $50 and open to any and all age 18 & up. The Ice Hockey Performance Virtual Clinic will feature presenters from the Ice Hockey Athletic Performance Teams at the Ohio State University, which includes athletic trainers, strength and conditioning coaches, sports dietitians, and sport scientists. Topics addressed will include specific exercises and programming for ice hockey (including warm-ups, stretches, and mobility), training for improving skating speed and power in both male and female skaters, goalie specific training, using technology and sport science to monitor workload and recovery, velocity based training (VBT) methods, nutritional guidelines and suggestions for optimal performance in ice hockey, common injuries and ways to reduce injury risk, and how to prepare mentally (team building and leadership). There will also be additional discussion and considerations throughout regarding adaptations and modifications for the current landscape in youth and college athletics.

ZOOM INFORMATION
Each participant will receive the zoom link and clinic information in an email prior to the day of the clinic. After the clinic, an email copy of the information will be sent to all participants. The clinic will be held from 1:00 – 5:00 PM EST.

CONFIRMATION
Upon processing of each registration, a confirmation notice will be sent by email. A packet of “Important Information for Registered Participants” will be posted online at OhioStateBuckeyes.com/camps at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the clinic. This packet will not be separately mailed to participants.
Please check your email regularly, as this is our primary method of communication with registered participants.

REFUNDS
The registration fee and the 3% online processing are not refundable for ANY reason.

MORE INFORMATION
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