INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY PERFORMANCE SUMMIT
JUNE 27-28, 2020

The IHPS is a gathering of the best minds in hockey performance. Back by popular demand, this event promises to deliver! State of the art practices, principles as well as top technology shared in an intimate setting. Lectures/ workshops/exclusive hot seat sessions/social. June 27-28, 2020.

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NSCA CEU’s - The International Hockey Performance Summit has been approved for up to 1.5 CEUs in category A

CATA CEU’s - The International Hockey Performance Summit has been approved for 6.0 CEUs

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WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOP SESSION 1 OPTIONS
SUNDAY 13:45

  • Harness the Power of Breathing- Jaime Sochasky-Livingston
  • Velocity Based Training - Yannik Morin
  • The Hockey Mindset - Vinny Malts
  • Recovery Nutrition in Hockey - Jen Sygo
  • Functional Rehab for Hockey Performance

WORKSHOP SESSION 2 OPTIONS
SUNDAY 15:30

  • Building Today's Hockey Player - Mark Fitzgerald
  • Programming for KPI’s - Andy O’Brien
  • Multi-Directional Speed Development - Steve Lidstone and Vicki Bendus
  • Posture and Elastic Development from the Gym to the Ice - Paul Gagne
  • Goalie Off-Ice Preparation - Scott Livingston

Meet Our Speakers

Schedule

7:00 am  – Morning Skate Registration – Main Lobby

7:15 am – Coffee/Snack

8:00 am – Starting Line Up Introductions

8:15 am – Opening Faceoff – Key Performance Indicators – Andy O’Brien

9:15 am – First Period  – A Physiological Hockey Retrospective – Steve Norris

10:15 am – Second Period – The Game of High Tech – Adam Douglas

11:15 am -Intermission – Lunch On Your Own

11:45  am – ***Exclusive Access – Hot Stove- Lunch – KPI’s – Andy O’Brien and Steve Norris

15:15 pm – Third Period – Matt Nichol – Building Power in Hockey

14:15 pm – The Value Proposition of Load Monitoring in Hockey – Matt Price

15:15 pm – Red Light Commercial Break – Coffee/Snack

15:15 pm – ***Exclusive Access Hot Stove  – Snack – Impacting Performance – Matt Nichol, Mike Boyle, Mark Fitzgerald

16:30 pm – Overtime  – 38 Years in the Field – Mike Boyle

17:30 pm – Post-Game Recovery

17:45 pm – Post-Game Party at the Petit Caribou

 

8:30 pm – Coffee/Snack

8:45 pm – All Star Roster Introductions

9:00 am – Puck Drop – Developing Multi-Directional Speed – Steve Lidstone and Vicki Bendus

10:00 am – He Shoots, He Scores! – Managing the Grind of a Hockey Season – Reg Grant

11:00 am – The Siren Sounds – Where I Came From to Where We Go Next – Lorne Goldenberg

12:00 pm – Intermission – Lunch – On Your Own

12:15 pm – ***Exclusive Access – Hot Stove – Lunch – Load Monitoring – Matt Price, Adam Douglas, Reg Grant

13:45 pm – Workshop Session 1 Options

1 – Harness The Power of Breathing – Jaime Livingston – Expedition 1
2 – Velocity Based Training – Yannik Morin – Expedition 2
3 – Coaching Game Sense – Vinny Malts – Expedition 3
4 – Recovery Nutrition – Jen Sygo – Chalet des Voyageurs
5 – Functional Rehab for Hockey Performance – Peter Friesen – Chalet des Voyageurs

15:15 pm – Cut the Ice – Turnover Break

15:30 pm – Workshop Session 2 Options

1- Building Today’s Hockey Player – Mark Fitzgerald – Expedition 1
2 – Programming KPI’s – Andy O/Brien – Expedition 2
3 – Developing Multi-Directional Speed – Steve Lidstone / Vicki Bendus – Expedition 3
4 – Posture and Elastic Strength Development – Paul Gagne – Chalet des Voyageurs
5 – Goalie Off-Ice Training – Scott Livingston – Chalet des Voyageurs

17:00 pm – The Stanley Cup – Performance Panel

17:30 pm – Siren Sounds

Venue Info

  • Location: Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada (the Ski Village)
  • Conference Site: Cartier Tremblant Base Camp
  • Accomadations: The Holiday Inn Express and Suites or La Tour des Voyageurs (room rate available once ticket purchased)

Hot Stove Info

Hot Stove 1 - KPI’s - Saturday at Lunchtime +

Understanding key performance indicators for hockey is an important part of hockey preparation. When we know what is necessary to be successful from a physical potential perspective, we can better analyze our athletes and understand where they may be at a deficit. We can tailor training to ensure they are more than adequately prepared to deliver on the ice surface and our programming can be better individualized. In this hot stove, you’ll be in a private room with 19 other professionals and two of hockey’s top minds when it comes to understanding the physiological and performance demands of the sport, Andy O’Brien, and Dr. Stephen Norris. This 75-minute session comes with lunch and will be fully facilitated so you get all your questions answered.

Hot Stove 2 - Impacting Performance - Saturday Afternoon +

How do we build off-ice programming so we truly impact on-ice performance? Where do we want to spend our time, what does the current research tell us about correlations between certain off-ice training methods and on-ice performance. In this hot stove, you’ll be in a private room with 19 other professionals and three hockey giants when it comes to building off-ice programming, Mark Fitzgerald, Matt Nichol, and Mike Boyle. This 75-minute session comes with a snack and will be fully facilitated so you get all your questions answered. 

Hot Stove 3 - Load Monitoring - Sunday at Lunchtime +

Understanding how much load is being applied to your players on the ice and off the ice is one of the hot topics today. How do we adequately monitor and understand load, how do we translate that to more effective and intentional practice, and how do we educate our coaches on the use of this technology on practice building and decision making. In this hot stove, you’ll be in a private room with 19 other professionals and three of hockey’s pioneers when it comes to technology, Adam Douglas, Reg Grant, and Matt Price. This 75-minute session comes with lunch and will be fully facilitated so you get all your questions answered.

WorkShop Info

Workshop Session 1 Options - Sunday at 13:45

1 - Harness the Power of Breathing - Jaime Sochasky-Livingston +

Breathing is our most fundamental need, and it is a huge performance keystone, but often overlooked in training programming, learn how to assess the quality of your athlete’s breathing and how to make a powerful change that can improve performance and recovery immediately.

2 - Velocity Based Training - Yannick Morin +

Yannik will be bringing the concepts Velocity Based Training for hockey performance to the table in a unique interactive and practical session.

3 - The Art of Coaching Hockey Sense - Vinny Malts +

How do you support the optimal mindset in your athletes, help them set their course and direction in a more powerful manner? Vinny will take you through his system of mindset optimization and provide you with practical and applicable techniques to get the best out of your athletes in the gym and on the ice.

4 - Recovery Nutrition in Hockey - Jen Sygo +

Providing the best and most up to date information on how to use nutrition in recovery is always challenging. Jen Sygo works at the highest levels of performance in sport and will provide today’s best practices to you in a format that is both practical and useable in your daily training environment.

5 - Functional Rehab for Hockey Performance - Peter Friesen +

A master of rehabilitation and supporting athlete resiliency, Pete Friesen will bring his close to 40 years of practice to that table and show you many functional approaches to supporting your athlete’s health.

Workshop Session 2 Options - Sunday at 15:30

1 - Performance Systems - Mark Fitzgerald +

Mark will bring his tried and true performance approaches for training and developing hockey players off-ice at ETS in a format that will give you optimal takeaways to apply in your training environment on Monday morning!

2 - Programming for KPI’s - Andy O’Brien +

Andy will bring his thoughts on training hockey key performance indicators in his lecture to life in this workshop so you can walk away with a better understanding of his innovative approach.

3 - Developing Multi-Directional Speed - Steve Lidstone and Vicki Bendus +

Steve and Vicki will provide you with direction and thought, as well as applied practice on how to improve linear speed and change of direction that translates on to the ice!

4 - Posture and Elastic Strength Development - Paul Gagne +

Paul will bring the practice of ELDOA and his innovative training applications into this workshop so you can return and apply these methods in your daily practice.

5 - Goalie Off-Ice Training - Scott Livingston +

Goalies are not the same as skaters. Scott will take you through innovative and practical off-ice drills and exercises that will link directly to improved performance and resiliency of the goalies you work with, in your daily training environment.

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Saturday June 27th - Sunday June 28th, 2020

Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

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Terms and conditions are:

  • Cancellations made up until 60 days prior (specifically Apr 28, 2020 - 6PM) to the beginning of the summit date (June 27, 2020) are subject to a 5% administration fee plus tax.
  • Cancellations made inside of 60 days prior (Apr 28, 2020 - 6PM) to the beginning course date (June 27, 2020) are subject to a 50% penalty fee plus tax.
  • Cancellations made inside of 14 days prior (June 13th, 2020 - 6PM) to the beginning course date (June 27, 2020) are subject to a 100% penalty fee.
  • All fees (minus administration/penalty fees) will be returned within 30 days of receipt of a cancellation notice.
  • Cancellation notices must be sent to: reconditioninghq@gmail.com
  • Registrations can be transferred to another party if the registered delegate emails a confirmation to reconditioninghq@gmail.com to confirm the name change. All workshop preferences and sizes for T-shirts will not be able to be adjusted with the registration transfer.
  • High Performance Inc. reserves the right to cancel the summit up until and on the same day of the start date without prior notification. In this case, registration fees, will be returned to ticket holders without any percentage penalty within a reasonable time period. High Performance Inc. is not responsible for any other costs incurred by the registrants due to the planning of attending this event.