5 Best Post-Workout Snacks

By |December 12th, 2017|Categories: Nutrition|

Just after an intense workout, you may not feel hungry. But your body needs some fuel to recover. Try to have a snack or small meal within 30 minutes of completing your workout. You’ll want [...]

Here’s Why Athletes Need Yoga, Too

By |November 14th, 2017|Categories: Fitness, Meditation, Mindset, Training|Tags: , |

Set aside any misconceptions of Instagram girls posting yoga poses alongside their makeup demos and snaps of their coffee. Yoga has benefits for even the most serious endurance and recreational athletes. How can it enhance [...]

Is Strength Training Safe for Kids?

By |October 13th, 2017|Categories: Fitness, Strength Training|

Parents who want to give their kids an extra competitive and athletic advantage are equally worried about not pushing their kids too hard. You may hear “strength training” and think that it’s a bit of [...]

Becoming More Agile: Teach, Train, Apply

By |July 6th, 2017|Categories: Agility, Coach Yo, Coaching, Speed|

When athletes walk into Velocity, they expect us to improve their physical performance. Their goals are often to fun faster, be more agile, or hit the ball farther. While their goals may differ, the solution [...]

8 Kettlebell exercises that will make you fit for life

By |June 28th, 2017|Categories: Coaching, Fitness, Kettlebell, Kettlebells, Strength Training, Training|

If you’ve spent any time around a gym, reading fitness blogs, or even scrolling through your friends’ Instagram posts, you’ve probably seen a kettlebell (or KB). You’ve also probably heard people say it is a [...]

3 ways to get an edge this summer: hockey specific training

By |June 22nd, 2017|Categories: Fitness, Hockey, Speed, Strength Training, Training|

Summer is the off-season for hockey, but it’s a great opportunity to get an edge over other players. If you want to get ahead and not fall behind the competition, here are three keys to [...]