ETP SUMMER SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Travel players only unless approved by Hockey Director
2000 thru 2010
Dates: (PLEASE NOTE WE WILL START 6/7 NOT 6/4)
Monday - 6/11, 6/18, 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6
Thursday - 6/7, 6/14, 6/21, 6/28, 7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2
All Seasons Ice Arena
Highlights of the Camp:
ETP is geared for those individuals that want to make the jump to the next level. We have two training packages that you can chose from to accommodate your summer schedule. We will cap the following groups to focus on specific skills along with focus on individual positions:
- 12 Forwards
- 8 Defensemen
- 2 Goalies
Proper technique and repetition will be reinforced from all different aspect of skill sets and positional specific drills, including:
- Power Skating and Edge work
- Shooting and Shooting in stride
- Stickhandling and confidence with the puck
- Angling & Body Contact
- Puck Protection
- Specific positional drills
*Once submitting your application, C2 will review and you will receive confirmation of acceptence. Full Payment will be required of acceptance. No refunds.
Each session will have 3 instructors that specialize in Forwards, Defense, and Goalies.
Group 1: 2005, 2006, &2007 (9:00AM to 10:10AM) Blue Rink
Group 2: 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000 (10:20AM to 11:30AM)Blue
Package 1: ETP Training 2x per week - $595
Package 2: Dry-land training (optional)
*You may share packages with another player at the same skill level.
Strength training is a vital component to every athlete’s game that will act as a means to increase not only one’s level of strength and rate for force development, but also their overall athletic ability while lessening the potential for injury. This in turn will go a long ways in preparing one for the next hockey season while getting an advantage over many the other hockey players they will be competing against that are simply relaying on skill alone.
For this summer, Garrett J. Krug of Champion Sports Advantage will be offering training for any ETP by C2hockey players interested at All Seasons Ice Arena. These training sessions will be 60 minutes in duration, in which athletes will focus on the 7 pillars of strength: Jumping, Squatting, Hip Hinging, Lunging, Upper Body Push & Pull and Bracing through a periodized training program while also incorporating agility and conditioning work into the programming. Athletes will also learn how to properly warm-up prior to training, whether in the gym or before a practice/game as well as learn various soft-tissue techniques for combating muscle tightness and soreness.
The training schedule for these sessions will be published in mid to late March, but in the meantime if you have any questions, please contact Garrett J. Krug of Champion Sports Advantage by:
Garrett J. Krug