Summer is the time for relaxation and fun. It is also the time to "sharpen the ax" for those athletes seeking to improve their skill and athleticism. Trois' summer hockey program is designed to be fun and age-appropriate. The program is built around five stages to maximize diversity in training applications to enhance their hockey development while avoiding hockey burnout (through standard summer practices and games). Our program is designed around weekly themes that are reinforced in each stage through a progressive programming model.
Our program begins the week of June 7th and runs through August 20th. We do not train around the Fourth of July (No Training July 1 - 7th) We resume training July 8th. - Optional sessions will be available on July 6 & 7. - Participants will receive a Trois jersey, t-shirt and miscellaneous materials. And as always, our stick handling course is open before and after training for a self-paced challenge.
Important items for drop off and pick up:
Athletes should get dropped off no more than 10mn prior to their session start time. As they arrive we will be checking them in and beginning warm up.
Athletes should be picked up within 10mn of session ending time.
Any athletes exhibiting signs of illness should stay home.
Athletes should bring full hockey gear. Required gear for the synthetic rink are skates, gloves, elbow pads, shin guards and helmet. Stick handling and shooting will require hockey stick.
The first is treadmill training for repetition of proper skating mechanics. Training good biomechanics under fatigue allows the athlete to hold form late in games and over a long season.
The second stage is a structured strength, conditioning and speed training. Strength training teaches an athlete how to generate force into the ice, speed training teaches top velocity and improves acceleration and deceleration. Core training is the basis for the program and is age appropriate.
This stage develops the foundational skills important to the success of each hockey player. Skills (skating, passing, shooting) are enhanced through repetition of properly executed drills on Trois' synthetic ice surface.
The focus of this stage is speed, agility and coordination. Using proper techniques and mechanics during are vital to reduce injury and reinforce quality movement patterns. Agility training sharpens reaction, decision making and change of direction.
The final stage, on-ice training, is an accumulation of the prior four stages and is used to solidify skills and mechanics. The on-ice stage will improve edges, increase force transfer into the ice and increase reactive speed development.
A bonus stage, stick handling challenge, is available to all participants. The challenge consists of weekly drills for our athletes to complete at home or before/after training at Trois (instruction provided). Our self-paced stick handling course is set-up at the facility for our athletes to use.
Please include the following information in your email:
Age level of athlete
Desired day/time and 2 day or 3 day program
|3 DAY/WEEK SESSION||DAYS||TIMES||LOCATION|
|Select a session from this group (Day 1 & 2)|
|Squirt/U10||Tues/Thurs||12:30 - 2:30 pm||Trois facility|
|Peewee/U12||Tues/Thurs||8 - 10 am||Trois facility|
|Bantam & HS||Mon/Wed||12:30 - 2:30 pm||Trois facility|
|Bantam & HS||Tues/Thurs||2:45 - 4:45 pm||Trois facility|
|Bantam & HS||Tues/Thurs||10:15am - 12:15 pm||Trois facility|
|All age group||Tues/Thurs||2:45 - 4:45 pm||Trois facility|
|High School Girls||Mon/Wed||2:45 - 4:45 pm||Trois facility|
|River Lakes HS Girls||Tues/Thurs||7 - 9 am||Trois facility|
|Select appropriate session from this group (Day 3)|
|Squirt/U10 Grp.1||Friday||All ice sessions can be||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|Squirt/U10 Grp.2||Friday||registered for at:||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|PeeWee/U12 Grp.1||Friday||https://www.schedulicity.com/scheduling/TRT4AD||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|PeeWee/U12 Grp.2||Friday||information||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|Bantam/HS Grp. 1 (boys and girls)||Friday||coming soon||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|Bantam/HS Grp. 2 (boys and girls)||Friday|
|Group 1 = first year player; Group 2 = second year players|
|For changes contact Coach Dianah|
|2 DAY/WEEK PROGRAM||DAYS||TIMES||LOCATION|
|Select one session from this group (Day 1)|
|Mite/U8||Monday||12:30 - 2:30pm||Trois facility|
|Mite/U8||Wednesday||8 - 10 am||Trois facility|
|Squirt/U10||Monday||10:15 am -12:15 pm||Trois facility|
|Squirt/U10||Wednesday||12:30 - 2:30pm||Trois facility|
|Peewee/U12||Monday||8 - 10 am||Trois facility|
|Peewee/U12||Wednesday||10:15 am -12:15 pm||Trois facility|
|All age group||Monday||2:45 - 4:45 pm||Trois facility|
|All age group||Wednesday||2:45 - 4:45 pm||Trois facility|
|Select appropriate session from this group (Day 2)|
|Mite/U8||Friday||All ice sessions can be||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|Squirt/U10 Grp.1||Friday||registered for at:||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|Squirt/U10 Grp.2||Friday||https://www.schedulicity.com/scheduling/TRT4AD||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|PeeWee/U12 Grp.1||Friday||information||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|PeeWee/U12 Grp.2||Friday||coming soon||St Cloud MAC Arena|
|Group 1 = first year player; Group 2 = second year players;|
|For changes contact Coach Dianah|
Registrations can be completed by emailing Dianah@TroisTraining.com
Any other questions regarding registration should be emailed to Dianah@troistraining.com.
Contact Dianah Klatt, Director of Hockey Training, 320-493-8960, Dianah@TroisTraining.com or schedule a call using the button below.