Ice Hockey Player Blake Bolden teaches you how to breathe during high-intensity workouts. This is a skill that hockey players must have to thrive on the ice for as long as they can. In this How-To, Blake will show you techniques that help her practice high-intensity breathing to sustain her during training and games. Learn more by watching Blake's How-To.
Blake Bolden is the first black hockey player to compete in the National Women’s Hockey League and winner of the 2015 Clarkson Cup with the Boston Blades of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, she began her career at a young age when she played in the minor youth hockey team for the Cleveland Barons and the Ohio Flames. Blake participated in the first U18 World Championship for Team USA where she won Gold two years in a row.
Blake currently resides in San Diego, California, and spends her off-season time mentoring girls around the country on mental skills, goal setting, and nutrition.