Let me stop you right here and establish that I am not saying this is the only way people will train in the future.
The future of hockey training will have a ridiculous amount of on-ice training and fitness training.
What I am saying is that once we hit the peak of physical training (which we are nearing) we will be looking for more we can do to boost performance.
Our brain is a habit-forming machine.
Most of what we do is automatic.
Don’t believe me? Stand up right now.
Now consider, did you have to consciously tell each muscle what to do? Did you have to tell each joint exactly what angle to move at?
You did it by habit.
There is much talk about how the goal scorers mind works.
So many players are trying to learn more about the concept, and rightly so.
A player who can score more goals provides a valuable asset to almost every team.
The problem is that every expert has a different model, and the more a player learn about it, the more complex it gets.
Experts want to complicate it so that you can’t