DIY Projects - Hockey Training Tools
How to create your own stick handling trainer

Logo ...... In this blog, you will be creating your very own stick handling trainer using materials commonly found around your home. In a store, a stick handling trainer may cost anywhere from $75 - $150. However, in this DIY project, we'll show you how to create one for yourself for under $20 and in some cases $0. . . . [Continue Reading...]

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Group Lessons or Individual Lessons
Which hockey training should my child attend?

Logo ...... Recently, I have been in discussions with multiple people who are wondering if they should put their child in a group training session (such as a hockey camp or a hockey clinic) or if they should get individual lessons for their child during the off season. They have concerns regarding what their child will get out of . . . [Continue Reading...]

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Ice Hockey and Roller Hockey
Will one effect the way my child plays in the other?

Logo ...... This question was raised to me just the other day ..... "If my child plays inline (roller) hockey will that effect the way he performs when playing ice hockey?" What a great question! After discussing it with them for a while I thought this was a topic that everyone on our HockeyTutor4u team could benefit from. The core challenge a player will face when interchanging between inline and ice hockey will relate to . . . . [Continue reading...]

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Preparing To Play Hockey
How do you lace a pair of hockey skates?

Logo ...... This blog kicks off our HockeyTutor4u.com's Preparation Video Series by focusing on helping you understand how to lace a pair of hockey skates. In this edition, we will show you two different versions for lacing a pair of skates and how one option may meet your needs best. [Continue reading...]

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