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1 hour Session Drop-in Sessions
1:1 Private Sessions (Coach of choosing**)
75$/session Dom or Stef,(possibly 3 way rotation with Mike and Antho) Semi-Private
60$/session small group (4 Goalies), minimum 2 experienced coaches
35$-50$ Introductory ONLY.
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I once read that consistent coaching is similar to tuning a piano. Comparable to learning a new skill; when the piano is new, it requires consistent adjustments and tweaking. With time, the piano's chords start to maintain the adjusted setting for longer and longer periods of time. Eventually the piano only needs a couple of tweaks here and there. I'd like to add my two cents worth in here. Not all pianos are built the same, some require a lot more attention, others with more advance construction don't require as much.
Ok, enough with the piano comparison. Generally speaking, during the hockey season to maintain ones skill, one session a week is required. To develop new skills, a minimum of 2 sessions a week a recommended (Ideally 3-4). This doesn't mean you/your child has to train with us twice a week, it does mean that the person doing the training has to focus on what's being taught a minimum of twice a week.
Now that I've encouraged you to train a lot every week I'm going to add another asterisks. Their is such a thing as over training. It's important as a parent to watch how your child's energy levels looks throughout the season. Between hockey being a full time activity, school and any other activities, be careful not to burn your children out. Yes child burn out is a thing! Be careful!