What Distance Should Players Train From to Develop Their Most Effective Scoring Chances?Maximize Scoring Opportunities at the Right Shooting Distance
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Players find the SuperShooter2 more motivating than hitting an open net or tarp. The SS2 allows many players to train on each goal at one time by setting up various challenges, including hitting the one and four hole, and the player who does this twice, first, is the winner! Coaches have invented countless drills/games to keep shooters shooting and focused on the drill.
For younger shooters, the SS2 makes them shoot harder to ensure there is enough energy behind the shot so it flows through the chute and out of the goal. Young players have great pride once they can do this, and they work hard to make it happen! In addition, it is tough for younger players to hit the upper chutes, but by having a defined target/goal, the players can focus at hitting the upper target and get the puck to return to them.
Typically, mites shoot from 8 feet and high school varsity shoot from 16 feet. The better the shooter becomes, the more challenging the SuperShooter2 is to the player for it returns the puck at shot speed. To add additional challenge, the player can shoot from a greater distance.
This extra shooting practice gives even the more timid players the confidence and assurance in their shot so they shoot more on net during games. Both boys’ and girls' teams have benefitted from using the SuperShooter2.
Set the hockey level for your association a notch higher by incorporating the SS2 in daily training. To purchase your SS2, contact us at 952-270-5084 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maximize your training time with the Super Shooter 2, which returns your pucks back to you while you shoot. Practice your shot accuracy and receiving mechanics instead of chasing pucks all over the rink!
Coach Jeremy demonstrates and reviews the Supershooter2
Get a behind the scenes look at how the SuperShooter2 is made at its manufacturing plant in Brainerd, MN from powder to the completed product.
Jeremy, from HowtoHockey.com , reviews the Supershooter2 and shows viewers how it takes your hockey shooting training to another level