For any age, at any level
EVO Hockey has developed EVO Labs - unique, sport-specific S&C training, created in conjunction with a number of international athletes, including Justin Reid-Ross, Thomas Briels, Dirkie Chamberlain and more.
We work with all levels: young players looking to build foundations for speed and power, goalkeepers developing reflexes, international athletes looking for that extra half a percent and more.
We can create top-quality S&C programmes to meet your needs. For those with existing programmes (county, international etc) we can assess and offer input that fills the gaps. For example, mobility, stretching and imbalance-corrections are often overlooked, but in hockey athletes, those aspects are key to helping players stay injury-free.
We can assess you in person, or consult via Skype. We can work with seniors or juniors, individuals or teams. To find out more, get in touch.
1-1 S&C sessions are usually run in school holidays (but we can also come to you by arrangement). When open for bookings you will see them displayed below. 1-1s usually sell out extremely quickly once they go online. Be the first to know when they appear, join our mailing list.
EVO's S&C guru
Tom Archer is the movement specialist who leads EVO Labs. He currently supports a number of international hockey athletes from different countries with S&C programmes and advice. His work is cutting edge and sport-specific - every movement designed to make you a more effective, injury-free player
See our work
EVO S&C movement specialist Tom Archer developing explosive speed and reflexes with South Africa international Dirkie Chamberlain Game changing work with the EVO team! Get in touch for your sport specific S&C / movement development & work with Tom: email@example.com #strength #conditioning #hockey #sport #reflexes #speed #power #EvolveYourGame
EVO sponsored athlete, England U18 Morgan Males training unilateral work with our specialist Tom Archer As a young athlete it's important to try to eliminate left to right imbalances to reduce injury risks. Hopefully our work with Morgan now will benefit him for years to come. #evo #evohockey #winner #englandhockey #trainingday #EvolveYourGame