Partner Athletes

 

Varsity Hockey Training Centre

The Varsity Hockey Training Center, located in Brampton Ontario, offers on-ice and off-ice instruction for all ages and all skill levels. Team and private instruction, skills improvement, power skating, shooting, and goalie instruction. In addition to two training rinks, Varsity Training Centre also has an 8000 square foot gym equipped with sport turf, the latest equipment, and a state-of-the-art skating treadmill and pro shop. Varsity Hockey Training Centre is the off-season training facility of Tyler Seguin, second overall draft pick in the 2010 National Hockey League entry draft. If you're ever in the Greater Toronto Area, drop by the Centre for a tour of their facilities.
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Dr. Chad Moreau

MAX+2 Athletic Apparel welcomes Dr. Chad Moreau to the Partner Athlete council. A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Moreau was also the fitness and nutrition consultant for the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League during their run to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2006. He was also an Assistant Professor at the Southern California University of Health Sciences from 2003-2007.

Currently, Dr. Chad Moreau is founder and President of HockeyOT.com, the premier online training website for hockey players ages 13 and older. Through its patented Routine Generator software, HockeyOT.com generates an individualized hockey-training program to an incredibly specific level taking into account an athlete's age, measurements, position, strengths and weaknesses, play level, personal goals, training and experience. The site provides custom-tailored in-season and off-season workouts. HockeyOT.com features expert video content with training demonstrations conducted by professional hockey players, supported by text, photographs, and measurement tools that monitor progress and serve as motivation for advancement to the next tier of fitness conditioning. For more information on Dr. Moreau and HockeyOT.com, please visit their web site.
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