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OMHA - Parade of Champions - 2011 - i Hockey Trainer Skill Challenge - Part 1 - Best Online Hockey School

OMHA Parade of Champions Part 1 iHockey Trainer Challenge. How to do the exercise properly to help your on ice skill.

 
 
iHockeyTrainer PROMO Here is a brief look at what our site has to offer. We show you how to work on your skills & take your game to the next level.
 
What is a good drill to practice puck control and cardiovascular shape at the same time? This iHockeyTrainer video is a good demonstration of how a hockey player can better their skills in these two key areas at the same time.
 
iHockeyTrainer Shows you how to become a better ice hockey skater. This drill emphasizes the importance of stride development to increase speed, power and balance. Follow the steps outlined by professional players in this video. Practice regularly for 5-15 minutes.
 
Goal Scoring: iHockeyTrainer shows you a drill to improve your goal scoring skills. This fun exercise can be done by any layer, at any age or skill level. Follow the steps and advice from our pros to take your game to the next level.
 
iHockeyTrainer- Tools You will need various types of balls to practice your stick handling. iHockey Trainer shows you how different balls have varying degrees of difficulty and emphasis. Follow the video and be sure to have some of the items on hand when you practice your skills
 
Hockey Dad Book Review A look in to TSN Insider Bob McKenzie's book about the culture and issues of parenting in minor hockey through the eyes of a hockey analyst.
 
April 2- Shooting Practice UWB Practicing Your Backhand shot from a greater distance Training your ability to become a scorer from a greater range
 
April 4 - More DFRS This drill is great as it can be done from anywhere and will help you develop soft hands. Gain confidence in your ability to control the puck.
 
May1 - VBLOG NHL Playoffs 2011 - Goal Analysis of Skill. Martin St. Louis & Vincent Lecavalier display a great amount of talent to create offence.
 
September 29- Footwork & Passing 70-K Great challenge to help with your skating, footwork, coordination, passing and concentration. Connect skills to be a better player.
 
OMHA Parade of Champions Part 1 iHockey Trainer Challenge. How to do the exercise properly to help your on ice skill.
 
VBlog - May 25 NHL 2011 Playoff Trends Tips & Advice on pro hockey and how to succeed at the next level.
 
October 3 - Stick Agility FAF Fun drill to challenge your stick agility. Working your entire body to have control anywhere on the ice. Best ice hockey training on the web. 10 + minutes today.
 
OMHA Parade of Champions Part 2 iHockey Trainer 30 second Skill Challenge. Great exercise for balance, stic handling, strength, focus & more.
 
November 22 - Stick Fakes DPT Simple drill to help a hockey player incorporate deception into stick handling. Euro dry land exercises to improve your skill level.
 
May 26- Dangles JSU Get better on ice moves through direct practice on the dry land. European drills to help advance your skills. Get Better Every Day.
 
December 1 - Scoring VEVV Drill & Tips on how to practice & score in game situations with a wrap around. Elite skills training for hockey.
 
October 20- More GNC Learn to play like Crosby & Gretzky by learning tactics that make them hard to defend. iHockeyTrainer habits.
 
July 3 - Stick Skills BDB this iHockeyTrainer drill will work on your range & confort zone. Great to do from home or at the rink before your next session for 10 minutes.
 
December 2 - Strength Training PYR Going over some upper body strength training & workout with expert Tom Swales.
 
November 6 - Hands VOO Quck drill that can be done from home OR on the ice to improve your stick handling skills for hockey.
 
April 28 - More LHA Extra Little Drill for hands over the weekend. Get Create in your approach.
 
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