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The Facility

Hockey Off-ice Training Facility

In a country where winter rules, do you really want to spend the few nice months of outdoor weather stuck inside a gym? With our programs, you don’t have to. Our hockey off-ice training facility provides the ability to train in the fresh air, while still being exposed to all the equipment you would find in an indoor gym and more! Our hockey off-ice training facility also has overhead infrastructure that provides cover and shade.

an athlete running in the sand attached to a resistance band

Hockey Off-ice Training Facility

In a country where winter rules, do you really want to spend the few nice months of outdoor weather stuck inside a gym? With our program, you don’t have to. Our hockey off-ice training facility provides the ability to train in the fresh air, while still being exposed to all the equipment you would find in an indoor gym and more! Our hockey off-ice training facility also has overhead infrastructure that provides cover and shade.

An image of a girl doing a lunge while holding a weighted dumbbell in one hand and holding a sandbag on her shoulder

Rubberized Court

1800 sq. ft. Rubberized Sports Training Surface

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Cardio Battle Ropes
  • Slide Boards
  • Medicine Balls
  • TRX
  • Sandbags
  • Ladders

Rubberized Court

An image of a girl doing a lunge while holding a weighted dumbbell in one hand and holding a sandbag on her shoulder

1800 sq. ft. Rubberized Sports Training Surface

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Cardio Battle Ropes
  • Slide Boards
  • Medicine Balls
  • TRX
  • Sandbags
  • Ladders

Upper Body Strength Center

600 sq. ft. Upper Body Strength Training Centre

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Bench Press Racks
  • Shoulder Press Racks
  • Dumbbells
  • Cable Pull Machines
  • Lat Machines
  • Kettlebells
  • TRX’s
  • Swiss Balls
an athlete doing a single leg row excercise

Upper Body Strength Center

an athlete doing a single leg row excercise

600 sq. ft. Upper Body Strength Training Centre

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Bench Press Racks
  • Shoulder Press Racks
  • Dumbbells
  • Cable Pull Machines
  • Lat Machines
  • Kettlebells
  • TRX’s
  • Swiss Balls
An image of a man holding a barbell on his shoulders on a lifting platform

Lower Body Training Center

900 sq.ft. Lower Body Training Center

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Lifting Platforms
  • Squat Racks
  • Leg Press / Hack Squat Machine
  • Glut / Hamstring Machine
  • Sandbags
  • Landmines

Lower Body Training Center

An image of a man holding a barbell on his shoulders on a lifting platform

900 sq.ft. Lower Body Training Center

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Lifting Platforms
  • Squat Racks
  • Leg Press / Hack Squat Machine
  • Glut / Hamstring Machine
  • Sandbags
  • Landmines

Synthetic Turf Area

720 sq. ft. Synthetic Turf Area

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Buso’s
  • Steppers
  • Medicine Balls
  • Resistance Bands
  • Swiss Balls
  • Yoga Mats
  • Core Trampoline
athletes doing a stepper workout

Synthetic Turf Area

athletes doing a stepper workout

720 sq. ft. Synthetic Turf Area

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Bosu’s
  • Steppers
  • Medicine Balls
  • Resistance Bands
  • Swiss Balls
  • Yoga Mats
  • Core Trampoline
An image of an athlete doing a landmine weight exercise

Outdoor Training Area

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Two 25 Yard Artificial Turf Tracks for Sled Push / Pull
  • Two 25 Yard Rubber Tracks for Movement and Acceleration Bands
  • 65 yard Acceleration Speed Track for Sprinting
  • Plyometric Boxes – Heights Ranging from 12 to 54 inches
  • 16 Foot and 8 Foot Vertical Walls for Explosive Wall Ball Throwing
  • Olympic Rings
  • Various Rope Heights for Climbing
  • Stairs for Explosive Hopping and Running

Outdoor Training Area

An image of an athlete doing a landmine weight exercise

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Two 25 Yard Artificial Turf Tracks for Sled Push / Pull
  • Two 25 Yard Rubber Tracks for Movement and Acceleration Bands
  • 65 yard Acceleration Speed Track for Sprinting
  • Plyometric Boxes – Heights Ranging from 12 to 54 inches
  • 16 Foot and 8 Foot Vertical Walls for Explosive Wall Ball Throwing
  • Olympic Rings
  • Various Rope Heights for Climbing
  • Stairs for Explosive Hopping and Running
an athlete reacting to lights appearing on a board

Goalie Training Center

500 sq. ft. Goalie Training Center

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Slide Boards
  • Reaction Lights
  • Resistance Bands
  • Sandbags
  • Shooting Machine
  • Bosu’s

Goalie Training Center

an athlete reacting to lights appearing on a board

500 sq. ft. Goalie Training Center

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Slide Boards
  • Reaction Lights
  • Resistance Bands
  • Sandbags
  • Shooting Machine
  • Bosu’s
athlete doing weighted landmine lift exercise

Explosive Movement Training Center

500 sq. ft. Explosive Movement Training Center

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Landmines
  • Sandbags
  • Kettlebells
  • Medicine Balls

Explosive Movement Training Center

athlete doing weighted landmine lift exercise

500 sq. ft. Explosive Movement Training Center

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Landmines
  • Sandbags
  • Kettlebells
  • Medicine Balls

Sand Training Pit

4,000 sq. ft. Sand Training Pit

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Sandbag Sleds
  • Resistance Bands
  • Water Balls
  • Medecine Balls
  • Kettlebells
  • Hurdles & Cones

Benefits of Sand Training are:

  • Dramatically Improves Balance and Agility
  • Strengths the Stabilizer Muscles of the Ankles, Knees, and Hips
  • Improves Core and Lower Back Strength
  • Corrects Structural Imbalances
  • Significantly Increases Caloric Expenditure
  • Enhances Aerobic, Anaerobic, and Lactate Threshold Capacities
An image of a girl doing lunges in the sand holding a large red water ball

Sand Training Pit

An image of a girl doing lunges in the sand holding a large red water ball

4,000 sq. ft. Sand Training Pit

Some of the equipment used include:

  • Sandbag Sleds
  • Resistance Bands
  • Water Balls
  • Medecine Balls
  • Kettlebells
  • Hurdles & Cones

Benefits of Sand Training are:

  • Dramatically Improves Balance and Agility
  • Strengths the Stabilizer Muscles of the Ankles, Knees, and Hips
  • Improves Core and Lower Back Strength
  • Corrects Structural Imbalances
  • Significantly Increases Caloric Expenditure
  • Enhances Aerobic, Anaerobic, and Lactate Threshold Capacities