The Speedster Slap Shot improves both a player’s slap shot force as well as the stick speed. The Speedster Slap Shot Stick Anchor easily attaches around a players hockey stick while the Base Anchor is secured around a stationary object such as a hockey goal post or a fence post during off-ice training.
The Speedster Slap Shot develops Slap Shot Speed and Power by increasing the strength of the players shoulders, wrist and body core.
- 1 - Speedster Slap Shot Bungee
- 1 - Stick Anchor with D-Ring
- 1 - Base Anchor with D-Ring
- 1 - Carry Bag
First Phase Resistive Training:
The player should be in a good stance facing away from the Slap Shot Bungee anchor point. The player then with the Bungee slightly stretched should perform multiple slap shot movements stretching the Bungee. It is important that the resistance not be so great that a full range of motion cannot be reached. If the resistance is too great the player needs to take one step closer towards the Base Anchor point or go to a lighter resistance bungee.
Second Phase Overspeed Training:
The player should be in a good base stance facing the Slap Shot Bungee Base Anchor. The stick should be moved aft the player to a point where the slap shot would normally start. Once the Slap Shot Bungee is stretched the player should start the slap shot motion. The player will feel to shear speed of the stick and should finish with a complete follow through motion. If the player desires greater resistance he may take a step further away from the anchor point to increase the tension.
SLAP-1000 – Youth Speedster Slap Shot - $45.95
SLAP-2000 – High School Speedster Slap Shot – $48.95
SLAP-3000 – Collegiate Speedster Slap Shot - $50.95