4 More Great Takeaways from the Hockey Panel of Experts

By Nunzio Signore (BA, CPT, NASM, PES, FMS)

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In Part 2 of this series, we’ll continue to pick the brains of our guest panelists from last month’s “Panel of Experts” seminar.  As for me, I’ll continue to, sit back, listen and let somebody else do the talking for a while. This time our topics will include early development, strength training at a young age, nutrition and how attitude can affect performance. As always, enjoy…

Confidence can be contagious. The sign of a true leader is being able to bring the best out in not only himself, but his teammates. Coach Toskos speaks on the importance of a positive attitude at practice and on the bench:

Here at RPP, we give our athletes handouts and nutritional advice as needed.  Ask Collin MacDonald.  Here, Dave MacDonald (Collin’s dad) talks about the effect RPP’s nutrition program had on his son’s playing:

Putting together a great hockey program sometimes involves recognizing talent before they get to you. Listen to Suffern coach Rob Schelling talk about how he develops talent at a young age:

I trained RPP coach Andrew Ojeda since he was 15 and playing hockey for Suffern High School. I’ve also watched him grow as both a coach and a young man. Here, Andrew talks about the importance of strength training at a young age:

See ya’ in the gym.