The purpose of this brief article is to explain our testing rationale for the hockey playing population at Donskov Strength and Conditioning. Each respective practitioner has his/her own unique reality. The goal is to allow one’s unique reality to dictate the model used for the planning of training, monitoring and testing. All models are wrong, some are more useful than others. When it comes to testing, I tend to ask myself the following questions: 1.) What test(s) are the most relevant for our hockey players? What testing resources do I have at my disposal? Do I have access to ice? How long do I have to work with the athlete? How much time, away from programming do I want to allot for testing? Is testing necessary?...
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