Why choose SkateSense
Details make the difference
I am power skating coach . I have designed methodic of skating skills which has been named SkateSense. I have been working with several young players who succeeded at hockey clubs in Slovakia, Europe and North America and Canada as well. This methodic is always being improved by implementing new, fresh ideas and hockey needs. Player advantages must be developed to the perfection to be highly capable in every situation on ice. My knowledges have been awarded by publicizing article Why the outside edge is so important for skating in hockey at the very respectful portal TheCoachesSite.
First ideas about power skating and skating skills development have been described roughly in the Sixties in the North America and Europe as well. SkateSense uses both sources, mirrors modern trends and needs and has been developed to help player secure his professional growth.
Everything starts with comprehensive skating analysis tremendous number of situations. At the beginning must be defined what skating attributes are essential for modern hockey player. Tons of information have been gathered by studying Swedish, Finnish or Canadian youth teams. Their national teams and structures have proven successful approach from long term perspective. On top of that is NHL, best hockey league in the world.
I have used several already known skating drills, while I have modified them and focused on details. They are combining all essential elements like speed, strength and agility. Details are widely omitted by today’s hockey coaches, due the lack of time or knowledges. I have developed new power skating drills and they are continuously being boosted to stimulates player by as actual conditions as possible. All power skating drills have been developed in order to fix skating errors, improve skating technique or boost agility. Every single player is a unique piece of diamond, has diverse pros and cons, therefore personalize training is fundamental.
Skating is for hockey player elementary skill and it directly influences quality of all other activities on ice.