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RapidShot Hockey Training System

Regular Season 2017-2018
2017-2018 x Regular Season

Top Shooter June 15

Jack VanEss

Score: 150.7

WEDNESDAY JUNE 14th - RAPIDSHOT CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE

We are having a tune-up performed on the RapidShot hockey shot training today.

Come back tomorrow, June 15th, for open RapidShot 12:00 - 4:00.

Thanks!

REGISTER TODAY FOR YOUR 2017 SUMMER ALL ACCESS RAPIDSHOT CARD

RapidShot is a patented hockey training system that automatically passes and collects pucks. There are 8 pass speeds and intervals for all skill levels to train snap shot, wrist shot, backhand and one-timers. RapidShot is the only professional shooting system in the world that measures accuracy, shot speed and reaction time, leading the way in hockey skills training and analytics.

At Southside Arena, we have made this training opportunity available to you!

RapidShot Will Take Your Game to the Next Level

 

What is the difference to traditional shooting practice? The RapidShot Hockey Training System can pass up to 800 pucks per hour and give feedback on every shot. There is no wasted time collecting pucks. "Skill development is necessary at all levels, but team practices often do not provide sufficient time for shooting development. Off-ice RapidShot training provides the perfect complement to on-ice practice."

 

Feedback And Confidence

RapidShot is the first scientifically based, systematic shooting system. It provides feedback immediately posted on the overhead computer screen, with details on every shot regarding accuracy, speed, and reaction time. Score cards are available on-line, and on the RapidShot app.  This makes RapidShot an exceptional learning and analytics tool that is self-motivating; many players call it "addicting".

RapidShot Hockey Training System

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RapidShot Hockey Training System Open to ALL hockey players

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