The Summer Training Program is set to begin Monday, June 15 and is set to run through the first week of August. No events will be held July 2-5.
In accordance with MN Department of Health guidelines, players are expected to stay home if they are sick and will be required to maintain physical distancing during all activities.
Please note all details are subject to change given the uncertain times we're in. Updates will be posted on this page as they become available.
There will be two sessions of speed and strength training offered. Both groups will meet for one hour on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. All sessions will occur at Heartland Park and will focus on body weight activities so no equipment will be required. Players may bring a towel or blank to lay on the ground for core exercises.
Group 1: 7-8 am
Group 2: 5:30-6:30 pm
Players who are unable to attend team workouts or participate in a school run program are encouraged to perform this home workout routine.
PRAHS Summer Strength & Conditioning
Grades 9-12 (20/21 school year)
8 Weeks: Monday, June 15th-Thursday, August 6
Fee: $60 ($1.87/time)
Monday-Thursday Mornings 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 or 10:00
Limit of 18 per time slot (9 on the field, 9 in the weight room).
Must register online
Players attending a school training program are not expected to attend team workouts.
WHA & MEN school facilities are currently closed.
We will also be hosting 30-minute video sessions on Sunday evenings starting at 8:30 pm. These sessions will occur via Zoom and links to each session will be posted in the calendar events below.
At this time, we don't have any ice or in-arena sessions planned. This will continue to be evaluated throughout the summer.
Players are strongly encouraged to work on developing their stick skills at home. Even as little as 15 minutes of stick handling and 100 shots a day can result in a major improvement over time.
For ideas and training tips, check out the YouTube channel for Online Hockey Training. OHT is a skills training service owned by Lance Pitlick, a former NHLer, that offers some great training tips and drills for free on YouTube.