Exercise Ball Exercises
for Hockey

Exercise ball exercises for hockey should be incorporated into any good training regimen. Sport specific training is based on the theory of specificity. This principle states that maximum benefit of training is obtained when the exercise replicates the movements and energy systems used in a hockey game. Sport scientists, personal experience, and mounting research demonstrate that the training and its surrounding environment must be virtually identical to actual sport performance for meaningful transfer to take place.

How Can Ball Exercises for Hockey Help?
Ball Exercises for Hockey
Hockey Stretches

Exerciseball exercises for hockey will

  • Improve multi-directional speed and acceleration to beat your opponent to the puck.
  • Improve total body strength to stand strong in the corner and push your opponent off the puck.
  • Enhance rotational and core power for faster, more powerful shots and better balance.
  • Enhance total body power to deliver and absorb checks throughout the game.

Exercises for Hockey

Here are just a few exercise ball exercises or hockey that will  train feedback mechanisms such as dynamic balance and reaction time, train stabilizer muscles, movement skills and motor learning. Just click on each exercise to get a full description and progression.


 The best hockey workout routine includes cardiovascular components to train the appropriate energy systems, technical training, strength and endurance training as well as stability exercises on the ball (also known as the swiss ball, ab ball, balance ball, fit ball, gymnic ball, fitness ball, therapy ball, physio ball, etc.)