You Need Hockey Training Gear That Works as Hard as You Do

Coaches love the players who are the first on the ice in practice and the last to get off. But when the scheduled practice is over, the training doesn’t end.

Whether you want to hone your hockey skills for the pure love of the game, or you’re striving to make it to the NHL, gear by industry leaders like HockeyShot makes it possible for players to sharpen their on-ice skills throughout the year.

Let’s look at how it works.

Synthetic Ice Revolution

Now, you can skate all season without having to rent ice. Synthetic Ice Revolution Tiles can be installed anywhere, from your basement home to a rink in the desert.

Develop a long, powerful skating stride, practice your curl-and-drag and dangles, rip wrist shots in practice the way you would in a game. Every dedicated hockey player has tried to mimic on-ice conditions in their off-ice training, but all-season hockey gear makes this transition easy.

Passing Kits

A pass from the average 12-year-old hockey player can travel faster on ice than Nathan McKinnon can skate. But speed isn’t everything, and a quick transition pass breaking out of the defensive zone has to be right on the tape.

A Passing Kit allows players to make and receive passes the way they would on ice. Players can make passes along a smooth rollout artificial ice surface, and the puck pops back on their stick after connecting with the durable bungee cord at the end.

Such a drill allows players to build wrist strength and soften their hands. Knowing how to receive and cradle a pass can be just as important as making them! How can you make a one-touch pass to another teammate or fire off a one-timer if you can’t control the puck the instant it hates your tape?

Home Training Center

Convert a section of your home into an all-out hockey training center! You can buy kits that combine training elements for all hockey skills and skill levels.

Synthetic ice lets you skate and stickhandle smoothly, while different deking tools replicate a defensive player’s stick and skates. All the tools are modular: the synthetic ice can be expanded with more tiles, and deking drills can be rearranged endlessly to create nearly unlimited new exercises.

After you’ve gone end-to-end with the puck, pick a corner or go five-hole! New nets are designed to withstand years’ worth of pucks dinging posts, and tarps covering the net have openings like a goalie would — top corner, between the legs, and in off post.

Having a home kit lets players practice at a high level at their convenience.

Ice hockey is fun but also a fierce and competitive game. Whether you’re looking to enjoy working on isolated skills for the love of the sport or you’re looking to please your coach, you need to get off-ice hockey training gear that is as devoted to the game as you are.

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