Superfeet insoles and footbeds help adapt the flat 2-dimensional midsoles of your shoes to stabilize your 3-dimensional foot.
If you are a new hockey parent, you may find the idea of tying your child’s hockey skate laces a bit daunting.
Having cold feet is the worst, and playing hockey with cold feet can be detrimental to your play.
EC3D, a Canadian manufacturing company based in Montréal, Québec, creates medical grade compression garments for athletes of every level.
Learn about the Anatomy of a Hockey Skate and why each item plays an integral role in your stride on the ice.
If your kids play hockey, eating nutritious meals is critical to fuelling their bodies on the ice.
When your son or daughter plays goal, it can lead to different stressors as a parent, which can be emotionally draining.
So you've purchased all your kid's hockey equipment. We'll explain how to stuff it all in their bag.
Dryland training for young hockey players is great for developing skills such as flexibility, stability, strength, power, speed, and conditioning.
Tryouts can be a very nerve-wracking time for both minor hockey players and their parents.