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Zoe Hickel has played hockey at every level: from NCAA DI at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, to the NWHL, to the CWHL, to overseas in Sweden and China and even representing Team USA.

Now, she’s using what she’s learned to help other athletes to be at the top of their game as a strength and conditioning coach.

Our WHL Academy coach, Carson interviewed Zoe to give you advice on the importance of off-ice training and what you can be doing right now to improve your game—watch below!

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Looking for some information and motivation for workouts? Watch our WHL Academy coach @cdduggan12 interview Zoe Hickel @ziickel – a certified strength and conditioning coach who runs her own online business called ZoPro. Zoe has played at every level, NCAA Division I (University of Minnesota-Duluth), NWHL, CWHL, overseas in Sweden and China and has even represented her country by suiting up for Team USA. Take a listen at the advice she gives about the importance of off ice training and what you can be doing now to continue to improve! If you want to learn more about what she can provide, she has a spring athlete training program ready to to go, make sure to visit her website: .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ #WomensHockey #Hockey #HockeyGirl #GirlsHockey #HockeyGirls #HockeyPlayer #HockeyMom #HockeyDad #HockeyPlayers #CollegeHockey #WomensCollegeHockey #CollegeRecruiting #IceHockey #NCAA #USPORTS #ACHA #HockeyCoach #HockeyLife #StudentAthlete⁠ #workout #workoutmotivation #workoutathome #hockeyworkouts

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