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Andreas simensen


Strength and Conditioning Coach

"Unlocking the Secret To High Performing Hips"

"My overall view with hips for hockey players is that they don't do enough strength training on that area. Sure more and more players and trainers have understood the importance of strong glutes, but the hips are so much more than just the glutes! Which Im going to talk about how I see it 🙂. When it comes to injury prevention, I have put up my own screening battery which I do on every player during the pre-season. By doing this I get baseline values on strength and mobility and hopefully can find some red flags early on and prevent them from getting injured." 


Andreas started to play ice hockey when he was 4 years old and it was his "everything" for almost twenty years. Most of his active career he played for the Stockholm AIK Hockey team. Andreas has also played 3 games for Sweden U20 National Team, which he's very proud of. He hang his skates up at the age of 22 years old after playing one last season abroad in Hungary. He considers his career highlight winning the Youth-16 Swedish Championships with team AIK. "That was a great season!": says Andreas. 

After graduating from Karolinska Institutet (SWE) in 2011 Andreas has worked as a Physiotherapist and a Strength and Conditioning coach with several kids- and junior teams and for two years, between 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 with AIK hockey men’s team. 


The past five years he has been working at a clinic in the central part of Stockholm where he is taking care of athletes all day long with different kind of injuries. Most of the athletes being ice hockey players, but he also works with lot of other sports.


At the age of 35 years old Andreas is living together with his fiancé and a son in Stockholm. Between working with hockey players Andreas is also writing his master’s theses in Sports Medicine. Furthermore lot of his energy is going into planning for 2020 summer’s preseason for his hockey players.

Andreas:"Now days I think the pre-season is the best part of the hockey season, so I can’t wait to get started!"




  • Physiotherapist at Karolinska Institutet, 2011

  • Sport Psychology at the Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, 2011

  • Exercise Physiology at the Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, 2012

  • Mckenzie by the McKenzieinstitutet, 2013

  • Sport Biomechanics at Linnaeus University, 2013

  • DNS Sport 1-2 (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization) by the Prague School of Rehab, 2016-2017

  • Human Performance at Carrick Institute, 2019

           -Modul 501: Strength, Power and Neuro-Biomechanics​

           -Modul 502: Cardiovascular Enhancement and Neuro-                                     integration​

           -Modul 503: Metabolism and Neuro-nutritional                                                 Strategies​

  • Master in Sports Medicine at Umeå Universitet, on going


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