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    Default dryland training for beer leaguers?

    Does anyone know if there's formal programs of dryland training for beerleaguers? All the online stuff for programs appears to be for "elite" level folks or youth players.

    Searched the forum and saw the strong recommendations for Pilates and plan on trying to add that. (thanks PITA)

    I was hoping someone out there has signed up for one of the online routine generators to see if it's worth the while or just another way to waste money.

    Mostly due to having small children I'm looking for something I can incorporate into a home workout so I can devote 20-30 minutes here and there to keeping in shape for games. I don't have 2-3 hours to go to a gym and do a routine on a daily basis.

    Typically I'll get out for a 3 mile run and some stretching on off days I'll do ballistics exercises (lunges, squat jumps, skips etc)

    Anything else that anyone can recommend into a tight schedule that might be more hockey specific? I'm down for using a mat or a medicine ball. Unfortunately building a weight room is out of the cards. I have some dumbbells that I incorporate but I'd say they are not suitable for lifting.

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    Sprint uphill.

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    p90x will get you in shape real quick. I did it a year ago and my conditioning was through the roof. don't be afraid to modify the schedule if you need to. remember, you only get what you put into it.

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    I generally switch to Miller Lites from heavier beers during the off season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LetTigerIn View Post
    Sprint uphill.
    I actually have a nice hill workout I do when it's nice and hot out.

    Quote Originally Posted by beedee View Post
    p90x will get you in shape real quick. I did it a year ago and my conditioning was through the roof. don't be afraid to modify the schedule if you need to. remember, you only get what you put into it.
    What's the deal with P90x? is it just something where you sign up for a routine or is it important to have an instructor for proper form? I've seriously never figured this one out all the people that claim to do it just talk about how wiped out they are.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletsave30 View Post
    I generally switch to Miller Lites from heavier beers during the off season.
    went zero calorie hard alcohol mixers for 6 months, lost 20 lbs. the answer must be to exercise more
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