Episode 74

Steal Strength & Speed Secrets From Elite Level Ice Skating


August 30th, 2021

18 mins 28 secs

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About this Episode

In episode 74 Christoph Wyss, S&C Coach - Chicago Wolves, joins us.

Specifically Christoph will be looking at:

  • Importance of speed on the ice
  • What makes skating unique?
  • Specific training for skating
  • Hockey off-seasons

About Christoph

"Christoph Wyss is a Strength & Conditioning Coach at the Chicago Wolves, previous to this he completed two seasons at the Anaheim Ducks, where he assisted in the development and implementation of customized strength and conditioning programs for players throughout the season.

Wyss joined the Ducks after spending almost two years in China with the National Weightlifting and Speed Skating teams in advance of the 2020 Summer Olympics and 2022 Winter Olympics. Prior to his time in China, Wyss worked at P3 (Peak Performance Project) a private facility in Santa Barbara that specializes in training professional and amateur athletes.

Born in Meiringen, Switzerland and raised in Riverside, Wyss received Bachelor's (Kinesiology) and Master's (Exercise Physiology) degrees from California State University, Chico and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS). He also has certifications for USA Weightlifting (USAW) and Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR).

Wyss enjoys snowboarding, hiking and beach activities when away from the rink."

Twitter: @christophwyss
Instagram: @christophwyss


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