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National Ringette School Summer Camp - Spots Still Left!
Submitted By Miriam Weaver on Wednesday, July 24, 2019
There is still time to register for the annual National Ringette School Camp!  Camp is available for the 2006-2009 age group and will be taking place at Tom Graham Arena August 12-16th.

For full day camps, athletes will typically receive 13 ice sessions that focus on the following:

  • Explosive skating techniques
  • Skill development and technique refinement: checking, accurate and effective passing, shooting
  • Defensive strategies, including body positioning, channelling and dominating the triangle
  • Offensive strategies, including deking and sniper goal-scoring techniques
  • Effective on-ice communication
  • Scrimmage time
  • Fun

Off ice activities are ringette focussed and will include:

  • 3 fitness sessions,
  • a nutrition session,
  • strategy and mental training sessions,
  • team building and co-operative games; and
  • certain locations will offer off-ice shooting sessions.

Goalies

On the ice, goaltenders will participate in drills with the whole group and will also get the chance to work individually with our top notch goalie instructor.  Skill instruction will focus on a variety of skills: skating, basic stance, glove positioning, stick save, butterfly and agility.  Goalies will participate in decision training drills and will also discover the keys to remaining flexible throughout the season.

Please follow this link for registration and more information:

http://nationalringetteschool.com/ontario


or get a brochure by clicking here.

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