Gaining Exposure or Being Exposed?
As a parent, I’m living this right now. Do you train to get better or, do you try to get “seen”.
Even limiting summer hockey to 2-3 tournaments can be tough. If you “must”, pick 2-3 that work with a good training schedule. Summer time is training time. If you really want to improve you need at least 10 weeks of good quality strength and conditioning in the summer.
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