Anyone who has ever owned a Siberian Husky knows just how high energy these dogs are. They prefer to be bouncing around full of nervous energy to just about anything else in their world. But at the same time, the amount of hair they produce is almost unbelievable. They "blow out" their coats twice each year and continuously shed all year long. As your Husky reaches maturity, you should try to groom him daily, but at the very least, he needs to be groomed once a week or you will end up with a huge mat on four legs.
Your Husky finds it very hard to stand still for much. When you come towards him with the various brushes needed to groom him, they are only going to add to the problem. From his point of view, he doesn't even think he needs groomed since he bathes himself with his tongue.
While your Husky may be full of life and seem as though he is unable to stand still for a second, it is very important that you train him to be calm for grooming. Not only will this make it easier for you to do the job, but it will help reduce the risk of his being injured and leave him looking and feeling better.