Hockey Training

UW Health Sports Performance training programs help you become a better athlete and better hockey player. Use our preseason hockey training program to develop age-appropriate hockey skills and athletic ability to get ready for the season, and our offseason training to improve your speed, strength and agility.


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Preseason Training (August through October)


UW Health Sports Performance Preseason hockey training: Boys practicing hockey 

Preseason Hockey


Developing on-ice performance begins with a foundation of off-ice athleticism. Our coaches follow USA Hockey's American Development Model in the design and implementation of the off-ice programs for hockey athletes of all ages. This program is designed to prepare peewee and bantam players for their season by improving speed, agility, coordination, strength, power and conditioning.


In-season Training (November through February)


UW Health Sports Performance Preseason Hockey training: Boys practicing hockey 

Dryland Hockey Training


This training program conforms to the USA Hockey American Development Model recommendations for age-appropriate training and is designed by certified USA Hockey coaches and certified sports performance specialists.


Offseason Speed and Strength Training (Year-round)


Our offseason speed and strength training programs help hockey players improve their mobility and quickness, enhance speed and agility, and make you a stronger, more resilient athlete.


UW Health Sports Performance Developmental Speed Strength training: Young man working with a medicine ball 

Developmental Speed Strength


This class introduces athletes 12 to 14 years old to training concepts for sprinting, change-of-direction agility, motor coordination and developmentally appropriate, athletic strength training.


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UW Health Performance Speed Strength training: Man doing weight training 

Performance Speed Strength


Athletes 15 to 18 years old, learn how to develop speed and acceleration, athletic strength and multidirectional agility.


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