Kim McCullough

Instructional videos:

Kim McCullough:

How To Take Shots Effectively
East West Puck Protection Made Simple
Every Move Has A Setup Move
How To Walk The Line Effectively
How To Shoot Through The Eyes Of Your Stick
How To Get Off The Wall And To The Net Fast
How To Stick Handle Like A Pro
Better Breakouts for D’s
How To Score Off Tips
How To Create Space Off The Rush

About Kim: “I played my minor hockey for the Toronto-Leaside organization – starting in house league at the age of 13 and progressing quickly to the AA level the following season. I eventually went on to play at Dartmouth College in NCAA Division 1 (Ivy League), where I was the team captain and graduated with a degree in both molecular biology and moral philosophy (I’m a nerd). After returning to Canada, I played in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League for 6 years while completing my Master’s Degree from York University in Neuroscience & Kinesiology, where I studied motor control and learning in elite hockey players. In addition to working with players on the ice since I was 18, I became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach and Youth Training Specialist so that I could help players become better athletes off the ice, which makes them better players on the ice.  Over my 15 year playing career, I had the opportunity to play with Olympians, learn from the world’s best on-ice coaches, and work with elite strength and conditioning coaches. My first-hand knowledge of playing and training at the elite level definitely gives me a unique understanding of what it takes to get to and compete at that level.”
Kim, Total Female Hockey

Side Note: Please check out Kim’s site. There is SO MUCH INFO there. -Jim