Simon Morberg

Hockey Sweden

My name is Simon Morberg. I am 21 years old and born and raised in Gothenburg, Sweden. I play hockey and have done so since early age. My goal with my hockey is to become a professional hockey player. I started to play for Bäcken HC which is a local team in my hometown. Then I got recruited to Frölunda HC and I stayed there for four fantastic years. I see training as a big part of my life and as a hockey player my body is my tool and that’s the reason why I train very hard.

What does Forever Better mean to you?

For me, Forever Better means to focus 100% every time I do some sort of training.

How does your training routine look like?

I work out every day except Saturday and Sundays (sometimes I work out on Sundays too). At the end of my work outs I always try to do some stretching for 25 minutes.

What are your goals for the future?

My goal is to become a professional hockey player. I am really enjoying this journey, so it doesn’t matter how long it will take.

What’s one piece of kit you could not live without?

Since I practically live in my workout clothes my kit would be a pair of shorts, compression shorts, t-shirt and a hoody or sweater.

Why is Rest and Recovery important to your performance?

Recovery is just as important as my training, if not more. When you train at such high level it is just as equally important to give the body rest. It is simple, if I do not rest I will not be able to performance on the same level. Rest is KEY!