Guy Demong

Website: http://www.tnstrength.com

Guy Demong

Guy Demong is a professional fitness, strength and conditioning coach and with 17 years of experience training general population, recreational/competitive and Olympic athletes. He holds his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Certified Personal Trainer certifications through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, as well as his Level 1 SFG Hardstyle Kettlebell certification. He is currently the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Langley Rivermen Junior A Hockey Team.

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Why Seeing a Physical Therapist—Even if You Don't Think You're Injured—Can Make You a Better Athlete

If you've ever played a sport or engaged in serious strength training, odds are good that you've been injured at one point or another. The trauma c...

A Key Step Often Overlooked in Power Development

In strength and conditioning a key component to any athlete's training program is that of power development – and to that end, one can find endless...

What It's Like to Recover From an MCL Injury

It was the first game of the fall season, and I was looking forward to getting back in the crease. For the last few years I've been playing year-round...

The Kettlebell Snatch: An All-Purpose Strength and Power Exercise

When looking for the best "bang for your buck" exercises, narrowing your requirements to three general components of athleticism may help – movement...

Why You Should Incorporate Kettlebell Workouts into Your Training

One of the more popular trends that can be found in training today is the use of kettlebell workouts. The business of health and fitness in the modern...

Alternatives to Olympic Lifts for Power Development

For years, the gold standard for developing power in the weight room has been Olympic lifts—the Clean, the Snatch and their variations. Both cli...

How to Start Your Off-Season Hockey Workouts

During the return to training camp and early in the season, there tends to be a relatively high percentage of players who suffer "groin injuries." T...

Develop Shoulder Stability for Swimming With the Arm Bar

Swimming fitness is a broad versatile term. Not only is swimming great for cardiovascular capacity, but also, since swimming is low impact, it's per...

3 Movements to Improve Your Dynamic Mobility Warm-Up

Regardless of their skill level, prior to training or competition all athletes need to prepare properly for the demands they will place on their bodie...

The Best Hip Flexor Stretching Sequence for Hockey Players

Hockey players are incredibly powerful and explosive athletes. Although hockey training primarily focuses on developing these attributes, it's crucia...

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