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The best players in the world will tell you that their hockey-specific skills pale in comparison to the commitment they make to their body. Core strength is so important which is why we recommend all hockey players own a balance board. It’s also an incredible tool to help make stickhandling drills more challenging. Just a few minutes a day on a balance board can do wonders for you on the ice. You’ll shoot harder, move faster and stay upright more often!
*We strongly recommend this board be used on a soft surface; like carpet or yoga mat to help prevent injuries. DO NOT use this balance board directly on top of HockeyShot Tiles or cement as it is slippery.
- A great training tool to work in combination with stickhandling training drills.
- Tighten core and strengthen legs.
- Build back health.
- Improve on-ice balance.
- Easy to store and lightweight.
- A great starter level balance board trainer.
- 39.4cm in diameter.
- Product Q&A
21 Mar 2020
great challenge I am sure we will improve over time!!!!
15 Jul 2019
Great workout tool, it’s the best
15 Jul 2019
Great Product! Thank you!
10 Jul 2019
great for core workouts for better balance
27 Jun 2019
Même ma fille de 4 ans trip avec !!
26 Jun 2019
Helps a lot and good quality
13 May 2019
good size and kids love it
22 Apr 2019
Pratique pour l'équilibre, un bon outil d'entraînement.
11 Apr 2019
Have not used yet...seems good to me
05 Mar 2019
Devrait fournir un guide avec exemples d'exercices
26 Feb 2019
Balance board works great, also have the dryland tiles and hockey net, which my boys love.
23 Feb 2019
Pretty good solid product. Could be a bit harder to use in terms of making balancing harder but really great product!
Guest 22 Feb 2019
Works just fine. Not great quality.
Guest 20 Feb 2019
Great product, could be a touch wider but my son is putting it to good use
19 Feb 2019
Génial pour travailler l'équilibre!
30 Jan 2019
Works great my 8yr old uses it for stick handling practice