Hockey is a fast paced, intense sport that requires quick bursts of acceleration, deceleration and sudden changes in direction. These dynamic movements place a considerable amount of tension on the adductor (groin) muscle groups.
Groin strains are one of the most common ice-hockey injuries and the majority of groin injuries do not result from contact.
Our GRIPP program has been designed specifically toward the prevention of initial and recurrent groin injuries and has been shown to significantly reduce groin injuries. It consists of a warm-up, stretching, strengthening, plyometric (ballistic) movement, agility training and a cool-down. It focuses on general strengthening as well as functional strengthening of the adductor muscle group. Contact us today for more information on this ground-breaking program!
Keeping You in the Game – KLIPP
Our KLIPP Program has been adapted specifically toward the prevention of ACL injuries and has been shown to significantly reduce non-contact ACL injuries.