All athletes have different imbalances, limiting factors, overall attitudes etc. Because of that, it would be hard to put together a generic plan and expect a high-level result.
We recently had the pleasure of interviewing a sports scientist, Ian Mack, who works with many NHL players and was recently featured on ESPN for his work with Patrick Kane this past off-season. Below you can read the interview (with our questions in the bolded text) and get some insight into how Patrick Kane and other NHL players are training during the off-season. Enoy!
"Hey Ian, thanks for doing this interview with us. I’ve been following and enjoying your Instagram content (@ianjmack) for at least a year now since discovering you through NHL’er Connor Carrick. More recently you were featured in an ESPN column on Patrick Kane’s success this season (which we will get into a little bit more shortly). First, if you’d just like to introduce yourself, where you live, how you got started in the fitness industry, and what type of athletes you work with?"