Ever wondered what it takes to prepare for the Olympics? Ever wondered what specific training regimens Olympians use to maximize their potential? Thanks to Got Chocolate Milk, sports fans are given special inside access to the training room through REFUEL USA, a new web series released this month. The best part? The two latest episodes feature Minnesota Wild top line left winger Zach Parise, who makes his return to the team’s lineup tonight after missing the past 14 games with a lower-body injury.
USA Hockey: Built to Win
The 2014 Winter Olympics are less than a month away, and the USA Hockey Men’s National Team is readying themselves to take gold in Russia. In this second episode in the documentary series REFUEL USA, USA Hockey’s Zach Parise shows how he’s preparing for the world stage. With expectations higher and training harder, this episode offers us a glimpse into what it takes for a USA Hockey player to ready themselves for international competition.
USA Hockey: Built to Succeed
In the fourth episode of REFUEL USA documentary series, Zach Parise talks about the specifics behind his training regime. Parise reveals that low lunge jumps and interval weight training keeps his reflexes in check. Chocolate milk works to replenish what was lost during games and workouts. The Men’s USA Hockey team is pushing to be quicker, faster, stronger, and more powerful by the time they take the ice in Sochi this February.
The 2014 Olympics begins Feb. 7th, in Sochi, Russia. Learn more about the Men’s Hockey and Women’s Ski Jumping teams at gotchocolatemilk.com/refuel-usa, as new episodes will continue to be added leading up to the games.
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