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

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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.

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