Postactivation Potentiation 

PAP training has great potential for use with hockey players. Older players who are serious about increasing their skating power can schedule on ice PAP sessions.

Link to PAP article
These articles originally appeared in NSCA's Performance Training Journal, a publication of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. For a free subscription to the journal, browse to
Off season and in season sled training... Don't just gain an edge... Blow away your competition!
One-legged acceleration is the basis for all skating quickness and speed!!!!
Basic Dynamic Warmup. 1 minute of jump rope in between each move. Each move is done twice 10 seconds for wide-outs, hip switches, pogo jumps. Burpies are 4 sets of 5.
Avoid training in straight lines or limited range of motion or with two legs. Ice hockey is a one-legged sport!