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The off ice athletic training of a goalie should be very dynamic because the art of goaltending is
very dynamic. You can't assume that goalies and players need the same training. It's the same sport, but the differences in training between players are very different. There may be some small similarities, but in the end they are two different positions that independently place different demands on each respective position. That's why off ice training should be goalie-specific and should incorporate the following areas into their off ice athletic training program:


  • Reflex training

  • Endurance training

  • Flexibility training

  • Strength training

  • Core stabilization

  • Speed training

Our off-ice training sessions are designed to show you how to effectively train your balance, coordination, reaction, strength and agility while reducing your risk of injury. At CGGC, we don't believe that it's useful for our goalkeepers to burn you out physically so that you can't move anymore and train ineffectively. A goalkeeper who can't move doesn't help anyone. We attack the topic of dry training from the other side: We show you how to train more effectively by doing less at the same time. If you want to come to the camps to get in shape, then you have a wrong idea about what our camps focus is... we are here to teach you how to train properly. To be fit and and at top shape you need constant work, a camp is not an easy shortcut to this path.


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