Tips on Oblique Hip Flexor Stretch, 1/2 Kneeling Groin, and Kneeling Lat Stretch are included with the blog and there is no need to provide your email address.
Minnesota (PRWEB) December 23, 2012
Maria Mountain has completed a three part series to help hockey players stay fit during the holidays. Each part of the series is accessible worldwide and it is free. The blog, with video, can be reached by clicking here: http://hockeytrainingpro.com/wordpress/2012/11/key-3-stretches-for-hockey-players-holiday-survival-guide/ Members of the sporting media are invited to contact Mountain for more in-depth tips on staying fit during the holidays.
“I train professional hockey players and many armatures too,” said Mountain. “I see a trend every holiday season. The players start eating holiday turkey and ham and then they drop off in their commitments to training. So, I decided to create this series, for free, to keep athletes inspired and healthy during the holidays.”
Maria Mountain’s Hockey Player’s Survival Guide also gives consideration to busy schedules too. “Some of the exercises I suggest are done within six minutes. I think we all can find six minutes a day to keep our bodies moving and prepared for the hockey season,” continued Mountain. Tips on Oblique Hip Flexor Stretch, 1/2 Kneeling Groin, and Kneeling Lat Stretch are included with the blog and there is no need to provide Mountain with your email address to review her Guide for the Holidays.
People interested in obtaining further changes, such as Mountain’s Goalie Training Pro's free Ultimate Guide to Flexible and Durable Hips for Goalies, simply need to log on to the website and provide an email address. All addresses are kept private and there is no hard sales push to purchase any other products. Maria Mountain is also the producer of the Ultimate Goalie Training System 2.0. A system, that sells online for three installments of $67.00 and is endorsed by former NHL Coach Steve McKickan. Gratis copies of both products are available to the media upon qualified request.