6x10' Foot Extended Surface
Synthetic self lubricating rotating belt
Multi Camera System
Who We Train
All players ages 3+
Age appropriate programming
Length of Session
30 to 45 mins
About - Skating Treadmill
Our skating treadmill is a powerful training aid that allows for real time, on-the-spot skating correction. With this advanced equipment, our experienced coaches closely analyze and fine tune various aspects of players skating technique. Whether its improving stride efficiency, balance, power, edge control, endurance, stride recovery or optimization, our treadmill enables precise adjustments that lead to significant improvements in skating mechanic.
At Nexus, we are committed to utilizing modern training technology with PURPOSE to elevate players skating mechanic to the next level. Our skating treadmill, combined with live screen video monitoring and HELIOS technology, provides a comprehensive and innovative approach to enhancing players skating skills.
Direct Benefits to the Skating Treadmill
Part 1 | On-The-Spot Adjustments -The skating treadmill allows for coaches to make direct adjustments for players in a highly controlled environment. Visually learning through live monitoring.
Part 2 | Building the Muscle Memory - Skating is about overall efficiency and consistency. Developing the proper foundation.
Part 3 | Comfort - Players new to skating learn with the added security and safety of our skating harness. Building the edge control balance before stepping onto the ice.
Note - New to Treadmill | Nexus Development. All players book a New Skill Assessment to start.
1 . Select "Book Here" | 2. Create Profile | 3, Select Appointments - On Ice - New Player Assessment | 4. Schedule
Development Targets on the Treadmill
Part 1 | Understanding Glide - Glide is the foundation of efficient skaters. We focus on players understanding the concept of neutral glide to stride.
Part 2 | Ankle Collapse - This is the starting point in players stride or change of direction (crossover). We focus on learning the importance of inside to outside ankle collapse.
Part 3 | Optimal Stride - Improving players stride and finding individual balance between stride extension and retraction.
Part 4 | Body Control - Focus on how body motion can influence stride. Head tilt, arm swing, hip hinge, rotation.
Part 5 | Puck Influence - Improving puck skills in stride.
Part 6 | Bonus - Skating Endurance + Rehab and Recovery options