Giving you skating tips for hockey. This category includes how to skate, how to hockey stop, how to imrove skating speed and acceleration in hockey.
In order to be a great skater you need good balance. New hockey players are usually off balance, bow-legged, stutter stepping and some look like they just finished riding a horse ...READ MORE +
Robby Glantz is one of the most respected skating instructors in hockey today. He's been teaching for over 20 years, has released numerous instructional videos, and works with a ...READ MORE +
Seeing something in slow motion is a great way to grasp concepts. I love just watching techniques in slow motion so I can notice minor details. Unfortunately there isn't a lot of ...READ MORE +
So far in our skating series we have covered the basic hockey stance, the forward stride, stopping, turning, edges, and balance. You should have a pretty good grasp on skating by ...READ MORE +
The forward stride is the most used movement in hockey, however many players neglect to try to improve it. Many players think that once they can skate and move forwards they are ...READ MORE +
If you are dedicated to improving your skating, shooting and stickhandling then balance drills and edge work drills are going to give you the biggest results. You might be asking ...READ MORE +
We asked the fans of our hockey page on Facebook what skating skill they needed the most help with and most of them asked for help with the backwards crossovers. The backwards ...READ MORE +