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  • Today‚Äôs RSI leaderboard from our morning session with the @edge.school Midget Hockey Group. Great work Coach @tbarts17. A ways to go before you catch @bengilbertt23 ūüí™. @stath.16 @mia.bierd @calesanderss @lukejgerman @brett.moravec @trainwithpush
  • Congrats to @tarohirose on scoring his first goal as a @detroitredwings! Pretty sure he smiles in this video. #paytheman #firstgoal #nhl #yyc #calgary #hockey #detroit @edge.school @sasilverbacks @msu_hockey
  • With the winter hockey season behind us, it is time to start thinking about 'off-season' development. As important as rest is, inactivity is not a productive use of time¬†for young athletes trying to excel¬†at their sports and¬†improve general athleticism. Whether¬†it is working on skills specific to your¬†'main sport' or working on growing the base of your general athletic skills, you can recover from your winter hockey¬†season while taking part in activities other than hockey.

As we look down the road to the spring, we want to ensure everyone is aware of our off-season training programs at the Edge School/Duckett Performance Centre. Beginning April 8th, our Young Guns  program will enable grade 3-7 athletes to do off-ice training 2-3 times each week. Sessions will be held at 3:30-430 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 11 am on Saturdays, until June 15th.

Each 60-minute Young Guns session includes movement skill training, neuromuscular strength training, conditioning and flexibility. Throughout the 10-week Spring block (April 8-June 15), competition and fun will also remain central to our development process.

Our program packages are flexible and customizable to ensure that there is a plan that fits every athlete. For more information or to register, click the link below. If you have questions about customized packages please contact Ross at rmccain@edgeschool.com for details.

https://edgeschool.com/edge-programs/duckett-performance-center/young-guns/

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  • Big congrats to @jacob.elms on signing with the @nyrangers! #paytheman #originalbantam @nhl @edge.school @whlhurricanes @westernhockeyleague #yyc #calgary #newyork #lethbridge #nyc #bigapple
  • Congrats to @dillondube on being named @theahl Player of the Week. @ahlheat @nhlflames @kelownarocketswhl #paytheman #dubes #yyc #calgary
  • Congrats to @tarohirose on signing his contract with the @detroitredwings! #paytheman #nhl #detroit #detroitredwings #yyc #edgeschool #msu @edge.school @msu_hockey @msu_athletics @michiganstateu @sasilverbacks @nhl @ncaa @ncaaicehockey
  • Congrats to @kithirosee on committing to the Minnesota State Mavericks! @maverickshockey @mnstatemankato @minnesotastatemavericks @edge.school @sasilverbacks @ncaa @ncaaicehockey #paytheman #yyc #D1 #edgebantamprep #edgebantamoriginal @gobchl
  • We are 2 weeks out from playoffs and @huffman__adam and @er342 have the @edgeprepbasketball acute:chronic workload ratios (ACWR) locked in.

ACWR is calculated by dividing the previous week’s workload by the average workload of the previous 4 weeks. Being in the sweet spot, the green area marked in the graph, is ideal for development and injury reduction. Working outside of the green zone increases risk of injury.

The ACWR can be calculated using internal or external workload values. With the @edgeprepbasketball team we are using @polarglobal heart rate monitors during every bout of exercise to track workload. @edge.school #yyc #strengthandconditioning #basketball @underarmourca @nikebasketball @niketraining @nike @nikeeyb #paytheman #todayfortomorrow @npacanada @northpolehoops

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2019 SPRING REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

The Young Guns Winter sessions are for students in grades 4-9 will run from April 8th - June 15th. This program is flexible, giving you the opportunity to choose your schedule: Training times included Mondays and Wednesdays at 3:30-4:30 pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30-6:30 pm and Saturdays at 11 am.

 

The training program is 2 day/week or 3 days/week and incorporates strength, stability, speed/agility, balance/coordination and energy systems training. The Young Guns will be trained in small groups (4-8 students) and spend 60 minutes working on expanding their athletic potential each time they are with their coach.

All training will be done onsite at the DPC and Edge School.

1 Session Per Week

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2 Session Per Week

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3 Session Per Week

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Why is youth training important for your child?

Strength and conditioning for prepubescent athletes has shown to have profound effects on strength, coordination, confidence and bone mineral density development. Due to the sensitivity of the young nervous system, this is the ideal time to beginning training movement patterns and neuromuscular development through exposure to a wide variety to movements and shapes. This approach helps expand the bandwidth of the athlete’s physical vocabulary and diversifies their motor potential.

For inquiries regarding the Young Guns Program, please contact: