Price $665 (incl.tax)
F.E. Hockey Toronto International Main Camp
Our Toronto International main camp returns to Scotiabank Pond for a third year! This years camp is loaded with some exciting new features to bring your game to the next level. Each day will feature 2 explosive on ice sessions, 1 off ice session with FITS Toronto in their specialized gym on the second floor of the arena, and 1 off ice stickhandling session. Also new this year is a chance to learn and try new skateblade profiles throughout the week with Prosharp.
At check-in the players will receive their F.E. Hockey pro style jersey and F.E. Hockey off ice t-shirt. There will be a lunch break between the off ice sessions and the second on ice session, players are recommended to bring their own lunch or eat at the restaurant at the arena. There will also be fruit and bottled water available in the dressing rooms between sessions.
Everyday starts with 20-30 minutes of power skating, biomechanics, and dynamic edge work. Players will develop an understanding of how to efficiently carry their speed, generate power, and enhance their multidirectional movement. After warmup the training will shift towards the major skating component of the day. Everyday of training will also feature game speed stick handling/moves, passing/receiving, and goal scoring techniques. Every player in camp will have lots of individual dialogue and work with one of our coaches. Camp groups are capped at 22 players with 4-5 coaches on the ice. Our coaches will focus on getting quality reps from the athletes, and strive to help each athlete fully understand the concepts essential to their development.
Off Ice training with FITS:
We are FITS Toronto, the Sport Science facility located inside of Scotiabank Pond, we're excited to bring our Integrated Athletic Development System in partnership with the F.E. Hockey Camp. The partnership is based on a shared philosophy of how to develop motor control for injury prevention, skill development and ultimately for sport performance. For this camp, we want to share insights and data between off-ice and on-ice coaches to reduce injury risk and to improve sport development. By having a detailed Athletic Development Motor Control Framework and Key Standards we have a road-map that is used for each athlete during our Integrated On-Ice Programs. This allows us to maximize off-ice sessions during the camp.
-Forward stride fundamentals; body position, stride angle, recovery angles, loading, extension, plantar/dorsi flexion.
-Parachute resistance training.
-On rush pass receptions at full stride,
-Straight line moves.
-Small area game play.
-Single Leg Control, Single Leg Hops & landing; as well as basic speed mechanics. Help players develop their own personalized pre-game routine to use during the season.
-First step acceleration techniques; Cross-over starts, V-starts, glide accelerations.
-Acceleration resistance straps.
-Multidirectional moves and attacks.
-Explosive direction changes using, starts, stops, punch turns, tight turns.
-Small area game play.
-Change of direction exercises – Develop edge control and lateral impulses through off-ice drills. Combine into multi-directional drills to improve on-ice agility.
-Forward Cross-overs, Linear Cross-overs.
-Parachute resistance training with cross-overs.
-On rush passing to attacking.
-Small area stick handling and awareness work.
-Small area game play.
-Recovery day – Teach the athletes hip mobility exercises that they can use throughout the season. Introduce mindfulness & breathing techniques to help players wind down after games and training sessions during the year.
-Backwards skating fundamentals.
-Backwards skating resistance straps.
-Transitions, reverse pivots, transitioning off both edges on single leg.
-1 on 1's.
-Continue to develop change of direction abilities – Multiple change of direction with a focus on reactiveness and responding to external stimuli.
-Overspeed bungee cords for acceleration, direction changes, first step speed.
-Fast twitch reaction drills.
-Reaction training with reaction straps.
-learning to keep body weight on the acceleration points of the blade (ball of the foot).
-End to end rushes, understanding how to read the play in front of you, open ice rushes and moves.
-Review the week – Finish off with fun activities.
Payment information and details will be sent with your confirmation email upon registration.