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Girls U16/U19 Summer Training - 2024

  • Started Jun 18
  • 750 US dollars
  • The Ice Pond - Waunakee


Hockey EDU & Total Athlete Performance will be hosting a 7 week elite summer training package for girl hockey players. Ice & strength and conditioning sessions will be held twice a week for 7 weeks (14 hours of ice & 14 workout sessions in total). There will be two weeks off in July for rest, recovery, and more summer fun (weeks of July 4th & July 29th). Summer of 2024 Hockey EDU sessions will cover: - Elite shooting, stick handling, passing, and skating techniques - Hockey IQ & situational decision making - Puck protection and composure - Offensive & defensive awareness concepts - Net front presence - Overspeed & puck carrying The Waunakee Ice Pond Address: 1110 Prairie View Dr. Waunakee, WI 53597 Total Athlete Performance: Players will have the opportunity to join semi - private hockey strength and conditioning from 9:30am - 11:00am at Total Athlete Performance - Windsor (5-10 minutes down the road). TAP off ice training needs to be paid for separately. Parents are responsible for making sure their skater has a ride to TAP if they plan on attending strength and conditioning sessions. Total Athlete Performance Address: 6385 N Towne Rd, Windsor, WI 53598 About TAP: Total Athlete Performance has trained thousands of professional to youth hockey players and teams for the last 8 years. The specificity/physicality of the game and the hockey stride can create strength and postural imbalances. These will be addressed throughout our training regiment, and built upon with specific speed, power, and strength development with a calculated approach. For higher performance on the ice, this summer our training will include the following: Restore Muscular and Postural Balance Become Faster and More Explosive Develop Strength/Power Improving strength, speed, and explosiveness should be the main goals of every hockey player year round. The driven athlete will keep seeking ways to take any and every step towards increased performance on the ice. To learn more about TAP, please visit:

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