2012 Spring Training Program Seven Bridges Ice Arena ($350 deposit)
2012s Spring Training Program @ Seven Bridges Ice Arena (DEPOSIT)
TOTAL COST - $750 ($400 Balance due at check-in)
This spring marks the Style Big Club's "Next Level" Training Program for the 2012 birth year skater. We are looking for skaters that would like to compete at the AAA level in the future. This training program includes 12 on-ice sessions as well as 12 off-ice sessions (TOTAL of 24 hours) at Seven Bridges Ice Arena. This program is instructed on ice FULL TIME by Team USA skills coach Sean Berens. Live in person game review and video sessions will breakdown positional play by NCAA Division 1 Head Coaches. Our members will receive the same skills training used by the most skilled players in North America! Come learn how to change the way you train! You will not find a more comprehensive spring program.
DATES: March 29 thru May 5 (every Monday and Wednesday)
TIMES: 5:10-6:10pm Off Ice (video review, hockey skills and classroom) // 6:20pm - 7:20pm ON ICE
LOCATION: Seven Bridges Ice Arena
Participants will receive a Style Big Club jersey, bracelet, and decal. If you are not completely satisfied with your results at the "Next Level" training program, the Style Big Club will return your full investment + 10%
"Hey Sean, I’ve brought Jake to a lot of camps and clinics over the years. I never felt I saw immediate improvement. Yours was the first, I saw his stick handling, puck protection & placement skills improve. Great camp thx." Brad S, Father of Jake 07'
"I was quite amazed by the impact that you and your staff had on Nico. He has done his fair share of camps/clinics outside of the Chicago Blues program over the last few years, and I can honestly say Style Big by far and away has been the best camp for Nico. Almost every day Nico came home asking if he could do your camp again. Even more than the on-ice skill development, your focus on repetition of the mental aspects of the game really hit home for Nico. "Success is a process not a result" is part of his vocabulary now. Keep doing what you are doing"-Frank C, Father of Nico 09'