The Swift Current Broncos were excited to announce that Vanessa Hettinger from Quantum Speed High Performance has been working with the Broncos players in developing and innovating on-ice skating techniques. Hettinger hit the ice with the players this week to lead new innovative drills and overall development techniques to enhance the players skill set on the ice.
You’ve already got the Introduction to Quantum Speed™ App for beginning skaters ages 5 to 9 or even adults who want to learn to skate themselves and want to start out right. Now the next app in the series, the Quantum Speed™ Intermediate App for iPhone, is here! Designed for Atom and PeeWee players, the Quantum Speed™ Intermediate App is portable, user-friendly and offers
EDMONTON, Alta. – The team at Quantum Speed™ High Performance Skating Systems congratulates skating student Dylan Richard for his silver medal performance with Canada West at the 2012 World Junior A Challenge, which took place November 5-11 in Yarmouth, N.S.
Richard, from Sherwood Park, Alta., has been a Quantum Speed™ student for 10 years and in addition to being selected for one of two Canadian rosters that competed in the recent seven-day international tournament, plays forward for the Spruce Grove Saints in the AJHL (Alberta Junior Hockey League).
EDMONTON, Alta. – The team at Quantum Speed™ High Performance Skating Systems congratulates all of its skating instructors and students for their recent success at the 2012 Subway Super Series.
The WHL (Western Hockey League) roster featured two Quantum Speed™ instructors, Mitch Holmberg of the Spokane Chiefs and Colin Smith of the Kamloops Blazers; two Quantum Speed™ goaltenders, Eric Comrie of the Tri-City Americans and Laurent Brossoit of the Edmonton Oil Kings; as well as seven long-term students of Quantum Speed™ and its unique, scientifically-based skating development system.
The Quantum Speed™ team proudly announced Friday that it has officially launched the SK8FASTR1 Introduction to Quantum Speed™ App for iPhones, the first of three such applications aimed at giving skaters of all levels access to the top instructors available, and ultimately the edge they need on the ice – simply by picking up their cell phones.
The SK8FASTR1 Introduction to Quantum Speed™ App is aimed at young players and skaters who are just starting out. It includes step-by-step videos that will introduce players to the tips, tricks and science that make Quantum Speed™ High Performance Skating Systems unlike any other skating company out there. It features clear and detailed skating development lessons from the very best teachers in the business. It’s the first stride toward feeling the Quantum Speed™ difference on the ice.
Kennewick, WA---Hockey is a game that requires skating, as if you didn't already know. To perfect the technique,the Tri-City Americans at rookie camp today turned to power skating. A program designed to teach hockey players how to skate properly, to increase speed on the ice.
Kennewick, WA--- Tri-City Americans are in the midst of rookie camp this, and one player expected to join main this Monday would be Ams forward, Brian Williams. The highly touted 16-year-old has world class speed and puck handling ability, according to scouts and coaches. A main reason the Ams took a chance on this prospect in the 2010 Bantam Draft.