The “Next One” Package – Six Game Video Analysis
Are you looking to get professional instruction to improve your game? It’s as easy as sending your shifts to Prodigy-Hockey.com. With the “Next One” Package we examine your skill level and habit base over a 6 game stretch. Prodigy Hockey uses advanced game metrics to track player performance and development. These stats, along with our in depth understanding of game situations, allows us to provide constructive feedback about your current game and how we can help you improve moving forward. The six game analysis includes a full development plan.
You have nothing to lose: Prodigy Hockey guarantees 100% satisfaction or we will refund 100% of your money.
Benefits of Video Analysis
Most players don’t start taking their skill and game awareness development seriously until its too late! Get an edge on your peers by having a Professional dissect your shifts and educate you on ways to improve your game. If you want to play at the pro level you have to prepare like one!
Prodigy Hockey aims to have your analysis completed and returned to you within 7 days of you uploading your shifts.
You don’t have any game tape?
It’s as easy as having a parent, friend, or coach use their smartphone or tablet to video your individual shifts. You can then upload them directly to our site from any device.
Do we analyze games on Fasthockey.com?
YES: once you purchase our game analysis, we will then ask for a game schedule from you and will watch any game you select.
Game Analysis Uploading Process
To learn more detail about the uploading process please contact us at the below email:
“I have had a few of our advisees and high-end players work with Prodigy-Hockey and they all benefitted from their ice sessions greatly. Brian is a leader in the hockey industry in terms of skill-development and skating technique because he takes the time to research and stay at the forefront of training and teaching methods. Brian’s use of video analysis is also a unique method of helping players of all ages improve their skating stride or in-game decisions.”
– Scott Bartlett
NHL Player Agent