SDR Academy is pleased to partner with Dr. Syl Corbett of Athletic Wise to offer exclusive in-season hockey training for U13 – U18 Players. Dr. Corbett is an endurance athlete and scientist specializing in physical literacy and brain health. Her goal is to help athletes reach their highest potential through a focus on sports science. Dr. Corbett is an elite-level trainer who works with top NHLers, Team Canada, Runners, Speed Skaters, and other performance athletes.
This exclusive hockey in-season training program is for a like-minded group focused on off-ice training to improve on-ice performance. Dr. Corbett will assess each player to determine their goals for conditioning, development and overall improvement in athletic ability.
Training for Individuals
In Season – Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday
4:15 – 5:15 pm at the WinSport Performace Centre
$100 +GST per 8 monthly sessions
Training for Teams
We work with Teams to build unique training programs to complement their on-ice development.
Our daughter’s first year with SDR Academy has been an overall positive experience. Coach Becky and her team are excellent instructors, who provide lots of on ice and dry land training and skill development. They adapt their instruction in a manner that resonates hockey players of all skill levels. Their energy, attention to detail, passion for the game and commitment to their athletes is extraordinary. Our daughter’s overall improvements are evidence that SDR Academy is the “Gold Standard” for hockey development.
SDR Academy has been an excellent experience for our two kids – and to our surprise, they both love the dryland training sessions. SDR’s unique and versatile training pushes them in such a fun, supportive environment through a combination of diverse training methods, individualized exercise programs and challenging yet achievable goal setting. Their fundamental hockey skills have improved so much, but more importantly, they have learned the importance of putting in the work and being committed to excellence every day. And that’s thanks to Coach Becky and her team.