Team Training & Conditioning
Minnesota Top Team located offers several levels of team training from youth, high school, college to the Pro level. We predominantly work with hockey, lacrosse, rugby and soccer teams at our training facility in Eagan, MN.
Hockey strength and conditioning training at Minnesota Top Team is lead by Owner and Head Trainer, Jeremy Clark and Strength and Conditioning Coach, Nick Klaren. Jeremy is also a player development coach for the 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup winning LA Kings and he utilizes his training methods and philosophy with the athletes that come through Minnesota Top Team for team strength and conditioning training. All of our coaches are experienced trainers who also follow Jeremy's methods and train all levels from bantam, high school, Juniors, USHL to NHL players. See testimonials from some of the athletes who have trained at Minnesota Top Team.
For your individual or team conditioning training contact us. We can accommodate groups of all sizes and are flexible with training days and times.
MINNESOTA TOP TEAM HOCKEY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY
There are several schools of thought when it comes to the proper methodology of training younger athletes still in their growing years. MN Top Team offers a challenging training program without risk of adverse affect. Programs for athletes at this age are customized according to age group to ensure the kids are getting stronger, faster, and are developing the proper muscle groups to enhance performance and prevent injury. Although our list of athletes trained includes the LA Kings, MN Wild and MN Swarm plus several NHL, College, and Elite level High School players, one of our primary areas of focus is to get younger athletes exposed to a challenging and fun experience.
Our training approach with the Bantam/High School athletes is tailored different than that of our NHL, Junior and College. While they will be exposed to some of the same training systems as the pros, the workout regimen is different. We still build for strength, speed, endurance, and development of the "hockey muscle group", and we do so at a well-managed pace.