A players ability and a players skills are closely related. A players ability may effect a certain skill, but their skill does not effect their ability. When someone is playing any sport they can improve their ability without working on a specific skill. Improving their ability may improve how they can perform any number of skills in a variety of sports. Off ice training focuses on improving their physical abilities first (strength, power, quickness, agility, flexibility, and endurance). Children are not always strong enough/quick enough/agile enough to perform the drills we ask them to on the ice. Off ice training makes it possiblity of performing and perfecting these on ice drills more likely. It improves their general athleticism at a fraction of the cost of on ice training.It is suggested to be used in conjuction with on ice training for the best results. Off ice training can be done in various places and easy to learn, copy, and manipulate.
- Group sessions (3 or more participants): $10.00 per child/per session (30 min)
- Two participants: $15.00 per child/per session (30 min)
- Private session: $20.00 per session (30 min)
* Sessions may vary in length. They will be no less than 30 minutes and no more than one hour. This will depend on various factors, such as age, experience, and program criteria. Sessions may also be conducted at other locations than the Polar Ice House in Cary.