Skating is the foundation of playing hockey. Without proper skating mechanics, explosive speed, quickness and balance you're missing out on the opportunity to out maneuver your competitor.
Hockey players from youth to professional are improving their speed, conditioning, skating mechanics, puck handling and shooting skills at Maksymum Hockey and Athletic Republic of Rochester. Our programs are innovative, scientifically designed training program that utilize Rochester's only skating treadmill.
Our exclusive hockey treadmill, with a unique ice-like surface, tilts from 00 to 350 elevation and can achieve speeds of over 16 miles per hour. Incorporate patented SprintCords into the workout to optimally recruit skating-specific musculature.
With the use of the hockey treadmill, the Athletic Republic of Rochester staff can analyze a skater's mechanics and correct skating flaws.
- Other unique advantages include:
- Dynamic sprint speed improvement
- Improved body composition
- Optimized body awareness
- Increased acceleration
- Overall conditioning
- Specific core training
Maksymum Hockey's innovative training methods for players from beginner to professional
have helped us become the nation's largest provider of private skills lessons. Maksymum
Hockey provides year round training programs administered by a professional staff.
Our facilities include:
- Daily on-ice private lessons
- Specialized goaltending room with real ice
- Skills room with synthetic ice
- Skating treadmill
- Sprint treadmill
- 3PQ Testing
- Patented SprintCord and PowerCord technology.
- Industry leading Dartfish video analysis system
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Skating Treadmill Fact
We provide the dynamic integration of speed, power and agility.
The Hockey Treadmill, coupled with your trainer and the mirror in which you can see your progress, sets you up to play at game speed for a longer period with more power and agility than your opponent. It’s the perfect ice-like surface, designed to train you from the inside out—neurologically, metabolically and biomechanically—so that you can become a more efficient skater. You train in your skates, just as if you were on ice.