PURE MOVEMENT OFF-ICE TRAINING PROGRAM, News (Burlington City Rep Hockey Club)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
PURE MOVEMENT OFF-ICE TRAINING PROGRAM
Submitted By Communications on Sunday, April 19, 2020
Dear Eagles Athletes, Parents, and Families, 

First and foremost, I hope everyone is staying healthy and safe during this challenging time.   This is a unique and difficult period that has brought a sudden end to the 2019-2020 hockey season. With this abrupt ending to the hockey season, hockey tryouts, spring hockey, baseball, soccer, and lacrosse have all been cancelled or postponed. 

Many of our Eagle athletes and parents are wondering what to do without sports and physical activity. The Burlington City Rep Hockey Club believes this is a time where we can step up and support our athletes and family members during this time of isolation.  


The Burlington City Rep Hockey Club has partner with Shield to give all our Eagles athletes a private online 12-week off-ice training program.

The program consists of 3 phases, each lasting 4 weeks which are made up of speed and agility workouts which be done at home, in the backyard, or in whatever space is accessible while having to be confined to your residence. These workouts will feature ex-Eagles athletes such as Team Canada/Guelph Storm player Nico Daws, former NHLer Josh Jooris, and current AHL player Justin Scott. 

The benefits of this off-ice training program promote fitness and activity, improving athletic development, giving our athletes more structure, learning new movement patterns that can be used in future warm-ups before games and practices, and another progression to help develop better athletes that inspire to be better Eagles hockey players. 

Corey Locke 

Director of Coach and Player Development
Burlington Eagles


If you did not receive the email with the link from the office or your players coach / manager please contact the office.

[email protected]

Please visit us @

www.burlingtoneagles.com

http://twitter.com/Burleagleselite



This article has been viewed 661 times.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 21
    May
    Organization
    Congratulations Ryan on signing with the Guelph Storm (Guelph) General Manager and Head Coach George Burnett announced today that the Guelph Storm have received a commitment from Ryan McGuire and his family and have signed a Standard Player ...
  • 20
    May
    Organization
    Toronto, Ont. – The Ontario Hockey League today announced that Nico Daws of the Guelph Storm is the inaugural recipient of the Jim Rutherford Trophy awarded annually to the OHL’s Goaltender of the Year. The top-ranked North American goaltender on ...
  • 20
    May
    Organization
    With his name already being mentioned in the same sentence as NHL stars John Tavares and Connor McDavid, forward Shane Wright could have buckled to the pressure in his first season with the Kingston Frontenacs. Wright instead found a way to deal ...
  • 01
    May
    Organization
    Tri-County Minor Hockey League would like to take the opportunity to announce the teams that were participating in the Tri-County Finals as the Co-Champions for the 2019-20 season!   This announcement includes all Bowen, Smith, Harrison,and MD ...
  • 09
    Apr
    Organization
    Yesterday the OHL held their U18 Priority Selection online, and two more Eagles players, this time from our Midget AAA team, were chosen in the process. Braedyn McIntosh (G) was taken by the Guelph Storm 12th overall, and Jackson Mowatt (W) was ...
  • 04
    Apr
    Organization
    The 2020 OHL Priority Selection took place remotely today, and two of our 2004 Eagles were selected during the process. Ryan McGuire (56th overall) and Brett Fullerton (278th overall) were selected by the Guelph Storm and the Saginaw Spirit, ...
  • 25
    Mar
    Organization
    Dear Eagles Families:   I hope everyone is managing through this difficult period and doing what is necessary to stay healthy.  I know that everyone is looking forward to a return to normalcy. For most of us that includes hockey and our community ...
  • 18
    Mar
    Organization
    To our Burlington Eagles Families,   The past few weeks have been a very busy and confusing time with the ongoing Pandemic.   On March 12th , 2020 Hockey Canada and their partners cancelled the remainder of the hockey season and all sanctioned ...
Printed from burlingtoneagles.com on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 1:47 AM