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INTERACTIVE video review program

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Welcome to Style Big Club – Your Ultimate Hockey Game Changer!

We are excited to introduce our Interactive Video Review Training Program, designed to teach our members HOW to play the game. This program is all about redefining your approach to the game, focusing on the fundamental aspects of vision, timing, and positioning.

Vision: Sharpen your on-ice awareness and hockey IQ. Learn how to read plays, anticipate your opponents, and make split-second decisions that can make you a more dynamic player.

Timing: Master the art of perfect timing, from your shots and passes to your defensive assignments. Precision is what sets great players apart, and we're here to help you achieve it.

Positioning: Elevate your game by understanding the importance of being in the right place at the right time. Whether you're a forward, defenseman, or goalie, positioning can make all the difference in your performance.

Our Interactive Video Review Training Program combines expert analysis, in-game scenarios, and an interactive review to enhance your awareness and take your hockey gameplay to a whole new level.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to revolutionize your approach to hockey. Join Style Big Club's Interactive Video Review Training Program and unleash your full potential on the ice. It's time to rewrite the rules of the game and become a true game-changer! Below are the steps to begin:

  • Video your game shifts and send in via online portal
  • Interactive personal feedback on situations of your game that need improvement
  • You learn how to become an impact in game situations

As with all our training, if you are not completely satisfied with this program, Style Big Club will return your FULL investment (plus 10%).  Welcome to the new era of hockey training!

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"I thought it was exactly what he needs! Hopefully he's able to retain it and connect the dots.  Our plan is to have one game each week throughout the entire season."  - Seth H.  Father of video student