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The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of training and detraining on muscle strength and skating abilities in ice hockey players. Subjects were divided into the control group and the training group. Twenty three male ice hockey players who participated in the training and detraining were pre-(0week), mid-(6weeks), post-(12weeks), and 12 weeks of detraining tested to take the measurement of their 1 repetition maximal strength and skating abilities. Among the 5 kinds of 1RM test for upper body, significant group-by-time interactions were found in bench press(p<.0001), biceps curl(p<.0001), and triceps extension(p<.0001). In the test for lower body, significant group-by-time interactions were found in back squat(p<.0001) and hip sled(p<.03) in training group. And among 4 kinds of skating abilities significant group-by-time interactions were found in 4 Pile-Run Test(p<.0001) and Rink Five-times Dash Test(p<.0001). The data obtained from this study have shown that the phased complex training for 12 weeks led to improvements in muscle strength and skating abilities. Also they could keep held of back squat and hip sled for muscle strength and 4 Pile-Run test for skating abilities for detraining in training group. Therefore, ice hockey players should properly take a rest and exercise for detraining.