Most skaters I know work their tails off during the season.
Always making themselves (and their team) better.
When the off-season finally rolls around, YOU DESERVE the chance to relax. You need to rest and recuperate. You have to take a little time to yourself.
But what happens when:
- your week or two of rest turns into more?
- you keep training the way you always have, but aren't seeing changes anymore?
- those nagging aches and pains aren't going away like you'd hoped?
- you want to keep training hard AND enjoy your off-season?
Hi, I'm Prime.
And I'm going to let you in on a little secret:
I didn't set out to work in the fitness industry.
I just wanted to be the best athlete I could be and I got tired of finding myself needing to START OVER AGAIN when the new season rolled around. There had to be a way to train wisely during the off-season, have time to rest and recover from the brutal on-season, and come back ready to do it all over again.
I studied. I experimented. I went back to the drawing board. Hell, I ended up getting a degree in Exercise Science and becoming a certified personal trainer in the bargain.
Then it happened.
I started to see the improvement that I was looking for: starting my new season at the same level that I had ended the last one.
Nowhere to go but up, baby.
• You don't have to languish during the off-season and watch all your hard-won skills disappear.
• You don't have to kill yourself to maintain your skills either.
Training during the off-season should be different, challenging, fun, and ultimately still give you time to rest and recover. Champions are built during the off-season, they say. What are you waiting for?