Girls Summer Hockey Development
Check out these great summer hockey development opportunities designed specifically for female hockey players.
PowerEdge Pro (PEP) training - August 2-18 (6 sessions)
This training has been created exclusively for St. Paul girls hockey players at the U12-U16 levels and will take place at our own Charles M. Schulz Highland Arena. PEP training is the secret behind many NHL players and teams. Who doesn't want to train with the same program as Connor McDavid himself?
Here's what the PEP people say about their system: Power Edge Pro utilizes Reactive Countering Training™ (R.C.T.) to engage multiple motor skills simultaneously and develop a player's small area game performance. All patterns are completed while maintaining puck control and are designed to provide 5x as many repetitions as standard drill based practices, leading to faster development of elite skills.
Got it? Okay, then don't wait. Space is limited. Sign up today @ http://bit.ly/GirlsPEP
Tony Scheid's Hockey School - June 14 - July 29 (18 sessions)
Tony is the Girls Varsity Hockey Coach at Cretin-Derham Hall. And he knows what he's talkin.g about when it comes to girls hockey and hockey in general. His creds are truly dazzling. And now you can join him for his Cretin-Derham Hall Girls Hockey STP 2021 summer development program for advanced 10U through high school players.
Here's what he says about his camp: Tony Scheid Hockey is a school that teaches the basic fundamentals of hockey. Our purpose is to create a positive learning environment that helps players improve their skills while having fun playing the game they love! We focus on fun and fundamentals. Our concentration is on skating as the base skill needed to master in order to progress and improve in all aspects of hockey fundamentals. We train and learn with purpose on these key skills: power skating, edge control, balance, quickness, explosive speed, stick handling, puck control, puck protection, checking/angling, passing, shooting, and scoring. We use small area games to teach the game by playing the game. We play small area games every practice session and provide coaching and feedback on team play and interacting as a unit. Our concentration is on the concepts of play-making, cycling, battling, and offensive/defensive support. Moreover, having fun and playing creatively are emphasized in a competitive environment. Players are constantly encouraged to push themselves outside of their comfort zone in order to improve their game and take it to the next level!
There are few spots remaining. Sign up @ http://bit.ly/TonyScheidTraining
Forte Performance - multiple camps and sessions are available in July and August
The line up of female hockey coaches behind Forte Performance is absolutely top notch. You've got coaches from the White Caps, the Gophers, and The Blake School not to mention experience with national teams. What more could you want?
Summer Hockey Training includes two camps, one focusing on offensive skills and the other focusing on defensive skills. The sessions are for 6th - 12th graders. Both sessions are at Richfield Arena and Parade Ice Garden. The offensive skills camp is spread across six 1-hour sessions taking place from July 26 - August 4. The defensive skills camp is spread across six 1-hour sessions taking place from August 9 - 18.
Leadership Development, aka L.A.C.E., is a 4-day camp intended to expose and educate young girls about what leadership is, and how to incorporate it into their daily lives. Each day will focus on building both on-ice skills and have explicit leadership development opportunities with trained professionals. This camp takes place from 8:00 - 2:30 daily from July 6 - 9. It is for ages 11 - 15 and will be held at the St. Louis Park Rec Center.
Go to Forte Performance's website @ http://bit.ly/FortePerformance to find out more and register.