2022 SPRING/SUMMER/FALL HOCKEY CAMP REGISTRATION – NOW OPEN
Register for the level you will be for the 2022-2023 season.
2021-2022 FALL/WINTER/SPRING TRIA – REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
FALL – EIGHT MONDAY SESSIONS – TRIA
Dates: Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15 & 22 (M)
WINTER – EIGHT MONDAY SESSIONS – TRIA
Dates: Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, & 31, Feb. 7, 14, 21 (M)
SPRING – SIX MONDAY SESSIONS – TRIA
Dates: March 7, 14, 21 & 28, April 4 & 11 (M)
Welcome to Pro Edge Power, the preeminent company for power skating instruction serving mites through professionals. Andy Ness is the current skating and skills coach for the Minnesota Wild, and is joined by his mom, Diane Ness, as a Minnesota Wild skating coach. Andy and Diane are also the private skating coaches to many of the most dominant players in the NHL today. At Pro Edge, we have only the best professional coaches on staff. Quality and results are the reason we continue to thrive after so many years of offering hockey camps and private/small group lessons.
– Bruce Boudreau on Jonas Brodin working with Andy Ness (courtesy of Fox Sports North)
This training program is a unique opportunity for hockey players interested in improving skating, speed, strength, and ability to perform the fundamentals of the game. The main goal is to attempt all skills at uncomfortably fast speed so that in the future this speed will be your new “comfort zone.” Skaters must also maintain balance and strong edges, giving the impression of being linked to the ice like a magnet.
In skating, explosive power, combined with quick feet, produces speed. Speed is a combination of that power and quickness. While it is true that hockey players need to develop “quick feet,” they must also learn how to use their edges, legs, and body weight quickly and powerfully.
This highly challenging training program provides an atmosphere for tremendous improvement. It is a great opportunity for the hockey player who is willing to make a commitment to become both stronger and faster.
Maybe we cannot change the system by which we develop young hockey players, but this program will teach the fundamentals through overspeed training. Whether or not skill development begins most efficiently with instruction, the bottom line on developing fundamental skills, particularly in young players, is QUALITY REPETITION.
Good Luck and Work Hard!!
Andy and Diane Ness
CAMP COSTS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
Questions? Call 952-446-5981.