In this case, we mean out with old hockey habits and in with the new ones!
Spring might be the perfect time to clean out your old hockey equipment, but it also could be the perfect time to set some new goals, bring in some new skills, and start fresh. Take this quote from Hockey great Wayne Gretzky.
“If sport has a high point of the year, it must be the first week of spring. When I was growing up, I used to love this time of year. It was when I put my hockey equipment away and was absolutely ecstatic to see the end of the hockey season.”
We’re not suggesting you halt your hockey game, but it could be a great time to start using a cognitive training program like The Hockey IntelliGym.
The program is designed to enhance hockey sense and improve on-ice performance by training your brain. It strengthens cognitive skills including anticipation, awareness, decision making under pressure, and focus. Players see an average 30% increase in stats such as goals, assists, completed passes, and reduced giveaways within one season.
The Hockey IntelliGym is based on over 30 years of cognitive science research, dating back to the late 1980s in the Israeli Air Force, where fighter pilots were trained to improve their skills using the same technology that the IntelliGym is built on. Since then, our team of leading scientists, engineers, athletes, and coaches have adapted this technology to the world of sports and measured performance improvements across thousands of athletes. Not only that, but studies have also found that training with the Hockey IntelliGym can help reduce your risk of injury.
This Spring could just be the time to join the 30,000 athletes who trust the IntelliGym to take their game to the next level. Sign up or learn more at www.usahockeyintelligym.com and find IntelliGym on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HockeyIntelliGym.