For players wanting to keep their skills sharp ahead of next season, look no further than the OMHA Hockey Academy.
The OMHA Hockey Academy helps minor hockey players train like the pros with curated daily workouts, skills and fitness sessions. It was designed by former New Jersey Devils captain Bryce Salvador to so players can train, earn points and win prizes with an interactive, video-based virtual training platform.
With new, age-appropriate daily workouts, athletes can log in and expect a new workout curated by hockey professionals. Work on a variety of hockey-specific exercises, shooting, stickhandling, and passing drills, all designed to be completed with minimal equipment and from the comfort of your home.
When you are ready to dive in, go to the Daily Workout where you'll find a fresh training session that includes stick skills, shooting, and cardio exercises. If you want to train a specific skill, go to the Training Library for drills and exercises to improve your game. Players will quickly notice that the repetition is the key to unlocking skill improvement.
Find a dedicated area in the driveway or basement that gives you enough room to move around and shoot pucks. A flat surface is important for puck handling and for safe movement.
When you complete your reps, enter them in the online tracker to gain entry into the weekly prize draws.
Porter is a member of the #OMHA Hockey Academy and recently won a shooting pad from all of the points he earned through practicing his reps.— Ontario Minor Hockey (@HometownHockey) April 28, 2021
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You can now secure a 7 day free trial of the OMHA Hockey Academy! Full registration after the trial includes a welcome gift pack (estimated value of $40.00, shipping may be delayed) as well as exclusive access to the online tracking portal where you can keep track of your progress and be entered to win weekly prizes. The one year subscription ($10.00 a month) includes tutorial videos and tips on how to get the most out of each drill and entries into weekly prize draws.
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