How do you get more reps in less time?

The NEW GENERATION of Elite Hockey Player is Developing Reactive Countering Skill Sets.

Practice the way you play: Under Pressure

The foundation of the PEP skillset,  Reactive Countering Training forces players to develop evasive skating techniques, increased reaction time, and respond faster to create more opportunities.

Reactive Countering Training™



When the skater attacks the PEP Gear at 30-40 km per hour, how quickly can the player get out of ”trouble” AND “counter” with skills/tactics? The PEP Gear is the trouble (stimulus) and the open lane or stick attachment is the “counter.” Under pressure, the forward must “counter” by quickly maneuvering the puck through the open lane. This is GAME TRANSFER.



When the D-man attacks the top of the PEP Gear and transitions forward to backwards and fore check pressure is added, how quickly can the D-man get out of “trouble” and “counter” with an escape (without turning over the puck)? The “counter” is the open lane or stick attachment that the D-man has to maneuver through under pressure.



While the forwards execute a 3 shot cycle circuit , the D-men are working a give & go defence circuit. At the end of both circuits, the F-1 and F-2 forwards attack both D-men for a 1 on 1 down the ice.