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Everything in Hockey is a Skill

Everything in hockey is a skill which has a proper technique. Hockey skills:  Taught Learned Worked On Improved, Mastered. Even if you have mastered a particular hockey skill, players need to continuously practice the mastered skill to improve speed and accuracy. NHL players are continuously working on mastered skills for accuracy and speed. The younger the […]

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Training For Hockey On Your Own Away From the Team During The Season

TRAINING FOR HOCKEY: THE BENEFITS OF MID-SEASON TUNEUPS Team development, team systems, concepts and strategies are the focus for coaches during the hockey season Many players may see an individual skill development regression during the long hockey season This is normal and there are ways to counteract that such as sprinkling in private hockey lessons, […]

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Locker-room guy or gal? by Coach Henry

We welcome Coach Henry to Boston. He is a California guy who has headed up our West Coast swing for many summers and as of a year ago retired professionally and came on board full time. His dad was a navy seal and his mom is a college tennis coach at Pomona. Henry brings so […]

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Starting A New Hockey Season by Pro Ambitions Hockey, Inc.

You are not the player you were last season, you grew over the summer physically, athletically and mentally. Take a values challenge for the season: write down five values for the school year /hockey season. Some Examples: Compassion, Dedication, Trustworthiness, Integrity, Professionalism Planning is everything. Plan your week every Sunday with your family: school work, […]

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Three Great Books For Hockey Players to Read Train Your Mind

Wishing everyone a great start of the season. You are not the player you were last season. Many of you worked on your game a significant part of the summer both on and off the ice. Summer is when you grow in stature, in mind and athletically. We call it The Summer Hockey Growth Spurt. […]

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Nutrition for Hockey Players

Photo by Malidate Van Nutrition for Hockey Players by Pamela Foster When training for any sport, nutrition is a major point of focus so that you’re in peak physical condition to make it through the season, and hockey is no different. Between all of the hits that you’ll be taking in practice and games, both […]

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The List

THE LIST by  Jeff Serowik Pro Ambitions Hockey Inc. I made a list of my responsibilities on the ice for practice and in games. I would read it before every game. In the locker room, in between taping my stick, sometimes while listening to my play list. I would add to MY LIST throughout the […]

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What is The Battle Camp?

What is The Battle Camp? This is what we are known for. Founder of Pro Ambitions Hockey, Inc., Jeff Serowik, created and trademarked this system of training where skill development takes place in a game situational battle in small area drills. Our goal is to develop a player’s skill and hockey IQ through game situational […]

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How Team Coaches Can Help Develop Youth Goaltenders

By Pamela Foster for Pro Ambitions Hockey, Inc.   Often, goalies get neglected during hockey practice. Yet there are hockey games where goaltenders win you the game single-handedly. ​ As a team coach, you need to engineer appropriate techniques to help develop youth goaltenders to become accomplished shot-stoppers. Here are five tips that team coaches […]

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Hard to Beat These People

Hard to beat someone who never gives up. Because most do. Hockey is a process. A long process. A really difficult sport with precise skills that take years and even a lifetime to master. NHL players are still honing skills and getting better and stronger and more fluid, faster and accurate. Ups and downs, highs […]

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