Single-leg training is the most underappreciated methodology in the sports performance industry. With just 10 minutes a day, any athlete who sprints, skis, skates, jumps and even swims can benefit from a buffet of single-leg progressive resistive exercises that are guaranteed to yield increased speed, power and endurance.
Your hockey coaches rarely will be impressed by how much weight you can squat, but they will be mesmerized by how fast you can skate. Off-ice training is meant to complement your game, and to accomplish that, you need to train like an athlete who is purposely striving to increase acceleration, maximum velocity, power and endurance. Through this, as an added benefit, you will become stronger as a player on the ice and in the weight room.