Athletes make their money on their legs, and it’s no different for hockey players just because they wear skates.

The driving, timing, and sequencing of proper muscle groups are what help make hockey players stay stable, strong, and explosive on the ice.

The continuous connection between the harness and athlete provides neurological and physical reminders to the skater to stay engaged through the pelvic floor with the goal of ensuring proper muscle sequencing up and down the ice. Without this proper sequencing throughout movement, we’re at higher risk of certain injuries and at the very least falling behind our competition.