Clance is one of the best strength coaches in Canada and definitely one of the best that I follow in regards to his training methods…
…I played a lot of rugby so it’s my transition from an athlete to a coach and this is the best system in the business…
…of all the training seminars I’ve ever been to, this was certainly the one that earned the highest evaluation standards…
Be a success story like North York Knights Midget Junior AA Team
I notice huge improvements in every area of strength and … there’s been just huge gains in almost every area of my hockey game.
You can just see the difference between myself and other athletes, especially in back-to-back game situations.
You’re going to get training like you’ve never had before. Yea it’s hard work, but hard work becomes easy work on the ice.
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It’s simple – If you commit to the program for at least 20 scheduled sessions, and if by then your team isn’t any faster, stronger, and more powerful, we’ll completely give you your money back.
Be part of a community of 100+ other athletes that have gotten stronger, faster, and more explosive.
It’s a competitive environment. You get guys from different sports, a good mix of guys, but very supportive of one another. And they all work hard.
This summer is a great summer! I hit some new limits I didn’t think I could hit. I’m feeling much better going into camp. I feel much better on the ice.
My goal this summer was to get stronger but also faster. I feel that over the last five months, I’ve been able to do that here with LPS and I couldn’t be any more confident heading into camp.
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5PM – 8PM
2PM – 5PM
8:30AM – 2PM
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long are the training sessions?
Training sessions are between 45 mins to 1.5 hrs. Our training sessions are structured to give the team we are training superior results in a short time frame. So over the years, we developed a system in which delivers such results and figured out that a structure which drives the magnificent seven (7): Flexibility, Mobility, Stability, Dexterity, Power, Speed, and Strength all in the same session. And this typically takes time, based on the team players’ fitness level and stage in the system. If you are looking for a quick cardio workout just to fatigue your team, then we are not for you.
How many sessions should my team train?
Minimum Once or Twice a Week. Building strength, power, and explosiveness through our XplosionTraining™ require time, so the more often the team can get into the facility, the faster we can progress. We’re not your typical team training facility where we just do silly drills to fatigue your players, you might as well get them to skate more. We carefully plan out our sessions from structural balance to technical proficiency to true speed training. One cannot build true power, speed, and strength in a fatigued state.
What unique drills do you have?
There is no magic pill or drill. You may have seen on someone’s Instagram or Facebook with fancy foot drills like the ladder drill. The only thing the ladder drill will do is make your team better at well, ladder drills. It is sad that we are led to believe developing foot speed and agility is a magic drill, but rather the process of gaining strength and power. The reality is that the science comes down to force generation and the nervous system, two areas that change slowly over time. It ain’t fancy, but it works.
Is my team doing the same thing each week?
No. We carefully plan our packages. We start with a structural balance phase to give them a base level of strength, mobility, flexibility, and dexterity. Then we build on technical proficiencies to have a solid base for generating more force. And then we increase intensity and build upon their work capacity. There is a lot of science-based protocols we’re putting in place in our unique system for the desired outcome. This is why you can’t buy single sessions, if you just want them to be fatigue, go have your team skate some more.