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  1. HOCKEY Physical Performance Assessment

  2. 3 components to win hockey games Win Races Win Battles Recover Faster

  3. Fitness Variables Speed Power Quickness Braking Reaction Time Agility Strength Balance Win Races

  4. Fitness Variables Upper Power Lower Power Upper Quickness Lower Quickness Upper Strength Lower Strength Balance Win Battles

  5. Fitness Variables Aerobic Capacity Anaerobic Drop-off Heart Rate Recovery Recover Faster

  6. RBR RACE BATTLE RECOVER

  7. RACE SCORE Speed Agility Reaction

  8. BATTLE SCORE Lower Body Strength Balance Upper Body Push Strength Upper Body Pull Strength

  9. RECOVER SCORE Heart Rate Beep Test Sprint Drop Off

  10. Compton Agility Test Compton Agility Test

  11. Brakes Click for brakes solutions Monger Hop Exercise Category:  Brakes Equipment Needed:  Box Target Goal:  Work on your brakes to improve your speed

  12. IT3 + RBR Identify Goals Race...Battle...Recover Train Test Teach

  13. IT3 + RBR Identify • Identify SPECIFIC goals player wants to accomplish in their hockey career • Identify specific NEEDS to meet those goals • If you don’t IDENTIFY, training process becomes RANDOM, risking underachievement

  14. IT3 + RBR Test • TEST with RBR and compare with elite players • Rank players • Pinpoint corresponding fitness variables that are holding players back • Customize training programs • Set standards • Set goals

  15. IT3 + RBR Teach • The more players understand WHY they need to train WHAT and HOW they do, the more motivated they are • KNOWLEDGE is POWER

  16. IT3 + RBR Train • Individualized programs • Continually monitored • Feedback given • Regular re-testing to see progress

  17. HARD WORK WON'T COVER ALL THE BASES! • Working hard without working smart leads to an inefficient use of time • Knowing exactly what to work on allows players to spend time improving their weaknesses. • Unless each athlete is assessed and told what they need to work on, they will likely continue doing what they have been doing

  18. RBR for Coaches • Team Reports • Comparable Reports • Potential for Development • Under-utilized Strengths

  19. Coach Report: Simple RBR Rankings

  20. www.comptonsports.ca

  21. www.racebattlerecover.com