"Successful people do what failures won't."
A goalies off-ice dryland training should be very Dynamic, as goaltending is a very dynamic position in a very dynamic sport. There should be lots of variables as there are lots of variables in this position.
I will not place in order of most important to least important as all are equally important, but a goalie should have the following included in their Dryland training program: reflex training, cardio training, flexibility training, strength training, stabilization training, speed and agility training.
Don't be fooled into thinking that goalies should train the same as players. We play the same sport but the two couldn't be farther apart. Yes there might be some similarities, but at the end of the day it is not the same position, and not the same demands are stressed. So therefore the training should be goaltender specific.
Here at CGGC we will design a plan for each goaltenders individual needs. We will asses your weaknesses and create a plan so that you can perform at your best. And of course it will be goalie specific.