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Top 10 Off-Ice Training Tips
Submitted By Manny Verbit on Thursday, May 3, 2012
1. Warm-up dynamically to improve mobility and reduce the risk of injury

Why? In preparation for exercise, the body should be moved through large ranges in all three planes of motion (sagital, frontal and transverse). Movement prepares the mind and body for exercise. Specifically, it excites the nervous system, warms muscle tissue and lubricates joints. Performing a variety of multi-plane movements consistently also improves movement mechanics and mobility (coordination, balance & flexibility).

How? 

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