Performance Proven.

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PEP is constantly evolving and progressively challenging. Regardless or age of skill level, the PEP system will push your players to another level. Players like Connor McDavid train with PEP to this day because they recognize that dedicated, repetitive skill practices are the key to unlocking player potential. The Power Edge Pro system was built to overload each progression and is the ultimate catalyst for player improvement.

The Brock University Study

“PEP trains the demands of the game.

Game play requires the player to execute skills in small areas, with traffic, under pressure, reactively with speed and accuracy.”

– Dr. Kelly Lockwood

Brock University, Faculty of Applied Health Science, Department of Kinesiology

System Analysis

PEP is a strong stimulus for skill development; dedicated repetitive skill training; built in overload progression. 

ATHLETES 

PEP is a strong stimulus for skill development; dedicated repetitive skill training; built in overload progression. 

Both physical practice and observational learning contributed equally to player development. 

COACHES

PEP is a system of development. Coaches state that observational learning or the use of the videos enhanced the quality, organization and implementation of a skills focused practice.

Training Analysis

INCREASED SPEED

Players participating in PEP trainings were able to complete PEP drills ~10% faster. Whereas, players participating in traditional on-ice practices did not increase speed of execution. 

ENHANCED ACCURACY

Players participating in PEP training were able to complete PEP drills with significantly greater accuracy. Whereas, players participating in traditional practices only, revealed no difference in accuracy of execution.

OBTAINED MORE TACTICAL TOUCHES

The number of tactical touches or repetitions increased significantly over 8 sessions. If learning is a function of physical practice and repetitions, players participating in PEP training are exposed to more repetitions in the same period of time.

Development Case Studies