Development of skating skills and more
Did you know that 65% of the world's population are visual learners?
Visual learners make 65% of the world's population. That means that most skaters learn from ssing themselves perform than from listening to their coach's verbal analysis. It is for this very reason that the video training and video analysis has become an essential tool in educating and improving skater performance.
Skating is arguably the most important skill ice hockey and it should be taught to players of all age group. Using video training with live feedback is a superior solution to help to understand and improve skating skills in addition to stick handling, slapshot and wrist shots,a nd so much more.
Incorporating a video session in a hockey training is the fastest way to improve your game! The best way to begin is to do a video workshop on ice. After the on-ice training, the video expert can do an advanced analysis with measures, drawing, notes and comments. All videos are uploaded on a private web platform, and are easy to share with players and coaches.
Performance tracking with Dartfish is the best follow-up that a coach can do. It allows the coach to define new goals and easily fix problems, specially in the preparation period before a season or a game. The unmatched precision of the video training is a coach's best weapon in reducing infeficiencies of movement as well creating stronger, faster players.
All equipment is fit for purpose and work on ice.