Hockey Slideboard Excercises

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Anyone who watches hockey these days knows the importance of skating. Virtually no one makes it to a high-level of hockey without being,Guest Posting at the very least, an above average skater. Some players can make a career of simply being an exceptional skater, even though they are cursed with hands of stone or very limited hockey sense.

There is really no substitute for on-ice work on your skating, but getting ice time isn’t always easy. One of the best substitutes for skating is incorporating a hockey slideboard into your repertoire of hockey exercises used in dryland hockey training. The hockey slideboard, which will also strengthen a player’s core and help with off-ice conditioning, is essentially a flat board with a smooth surface that a player can use almost anywhere.