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Off-ice Coach


Mike Ninaber

For the past 16 years I have been involved as equipment manager with the first team of Geleen (Snackpoint Eaters). Over the past 3 years I have started to delve a little more into off ice training. I myself am a fanatic athlete and I enjoyed sharing my knowledge that I gained in this with others!

Off-ice training is generally important for development as an athlete. To develop as a player on the ice you have to work hard off the ice. Strength, fitness, mobility and speed are mainly trained off ice!

Athletes who have often done many different sports in their youth benefit from this for their performance. Variation in training also reduces the chance of injuries and contributes to a lifetime of healthy exercise.

With a fun and varied program I hope to get you excited about this too!