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Power skating means that you utilize proper edges so that movement becomes intuitive. This allows a skater to have natural speed, agility, power, and endurance that will ultimately result in tight, quick movements.
Many hockey players learn most of their skills through trial and error. Unfortunately, this method often results in skaters with a lack of fundamentals. The players may reach a point where they no longer improve.
Aimée works with beginner skaters as well as strong, advanced players and can help rebuild their skills with sound fundamental theory and progressive training to ensure consistent skill development.
This approach provides the skating foundation in which all other hockey game skills can be built.
Aimée aims to establish the biomechanics of proper muscle movement with intentional skill drills so that skaters can embody these attributes as they develop and evolve as hockey players and the elements become second nature.
Hockey players that have mastered critical skills have the edge over their competition!
In addition to skating skills, I can also help hockey skaters prepare with strategies to succeed in tryouts, as well as periodized training plans - both on and off the ice!
Aimée is Certified by the PSA in Hockey Skating 1, 2, & 3 and works with hockey players to develop the following critical skills, both on and off the ice:
Hockey skating lessons are usually at least 45 minutes in length (60 mins is recommended) and offered to skaters 6 years old and up that have mastered Basic 3 Learn to Skate skills and higher, on appropriate ice sessions as determined by the respective rink.
Check out this great video of a young hockey player learning One-Foot 360 Turns!
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