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Learn to Skate- Winter
11/26/2016
Learn to Skate 10-Week Session Starts December 10th Every...
Walk On Skills is Back!
09/20/2016
  Stick Time Sports Walk On Skills Every Tuesday   Mini...
 
Learn to Skate- Winter
Learn to Skate

10-Week Session Starts December 10th
Every Saturday @ 9 am
 
10 Weeks

December 10 & 17th

January 7, 14, 21 & 28th

February 4, 11, 18 & 25th

Learn to Skate will introduce players to skating and the fundamentals of hockey

 
Cost is $199 for the 10 session program
 

Required Equipment 

Skates
Helmet with mask
Gloves 
Elbow pads
Hockey pants
Shin pads
Undergarment layers
Protective cup
Hockey socks 
Garter belt/shorts with Velcro to hold up socks

If you need equipment, please contact Bertelli's Skate Shop at 413-736-0633
Call STS at 413-301-6040 for more information


by posted 11/26/2016
Walk On Skills is Back!

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Stick Time Sports Walk On Skills

Every Tuesday 
 
Mini Mites           5:30 - 6:30 PM

Squirts/Pee Wee       6:30pm - 7:30pm

Thursday

Mites/Squirts           5:30 - 6:30 PM

Pee Wee/Bantams       6:30pm - 7:30pm

Every other Wednesday*

Mites/Squirts           5:30 - 6:30 PM

Pee Wee/Bantams       6:30pm - 7:30pm

​*11/2/16, 11/16/16, 11/30/29,

12/14/16, 12/28/16

 

*Based on age and abilities

Skills will consist of the following:


Skating
Balance, forward, backward, edges, crossing over, pivoting, and stopping and starting.
 
Stick Skills
Proper hand positioning, stick handling, passing, shooting.
 
Positional Play/Hockey Sense
How to position your body to receive passes, defensive zone positioning,
offensive zone positioning, puck awareness, playing with and without the puck.
 
Guest Coaches
 
Cost is $25 per session
 

 Call STS at 413-301-6040 for more information.

 


by posted 09/20/2016
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S&C Tip of the Month

The main goals for athletes are to stay healthy and to excel at their sport. The main cause of injury for athletes are overuse injuries. It's one thing to try and replicate sport movements in the weight room to get stronger at them, but it's another to put yourself at risk for overuse injuries. We need to develop qualities that will lead to improvements in performance while training movements that will lead us away from dysfunction. The take away? Train movement patterns (squat, deadlift, push, pull etc..) and let skill practice take care of sport performance. Stay healthy and excel!

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