Pro Sports Training

The Goalie Athletic Development Program(GADP) Consists of 3 Different Programs:

PRO - Unlimited Sessions (see description below)

GOLD - 3 Strength Training Sessions Per Week

SILVER - 2 Strength Training Sessions Per Week

Program Length and Starting dates

18 Week Program (April 20th - August 28th)

15 Week Program (May 11 - August 28th)

12 W​eek Program (June 1st - August 28th)

8 Week Program (June 22nd - August 28th)

***You must be 12 years of age or older for enrollment*** There is a Junior Strength Training segment within each of the program lengths which will be age related for safety.

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Every Workout is 120 Minutes (2 Hours)

(GADP) Will Focus on the Following Components

Functional Strength Development

Speed Strength Development

Explosive Strength Development

Sports Balance Training

Goalie Specific Drills:

  •  The goalies will have specific exercises design to improve the movement patterns required for goalies in the nets (by becoming more explosive but also at the same time having better control of their movement). 

Muscular Reaction Training for Goalies:

  • The program is designed with drills to improve Visual Reaction, Concentration, Eye-Hand Coordination, Peripheral Awareness, Focus and Tracking

Core / Rotational Strength Development: 

  • Especially important for goalies as a well designed program will have a positive influence of all areas of movement / performance in the nets (the ability to maintain trunk position during explosive movements, change of direction, up / downs, and regaining balance.

The GOALIE PRO Training Program

  • Includes Unlimited ADP Training Sessions and ESD Training Sessions throughout the training length of the program that you have selected. This program allows you to train 4 or 5 times a week.


"Our focus is on the improvement of athleticism,

which enables athletes to become more skillful,

and dominate on their playing surface."