10 Best beginner trunk exercises for hockey players
Good core strength is vitally important for hockey players as hockey involves a lot of rotation and transfer of energy and power through your torso as you push, hit, slap or tomahawk the ball.
A toned mid-section and a strong and stable core don’t just make you look and feel fitter but they are central to how we function. Developing a strong core will also help reduce unnecessary compression on your spine.
YOUR CORE MUSCLES ARE:
External and Internal abdominal obliques
Move Well Physiotherapy’s goal of choosing these 10 exercises are that they are sports specific, allows stability and function for IMPROVED PERFORMANCE whilst playing hockey.