Strength of our Programs

The strength of our programs is in a training system firmly set on a ‘Profile Based’ development foundation that ensures each student is guided through a long-term systematic progression towards the goaltending discipline of ARC3 Performance.

The goaltending discipline of ARC3 Performance

The goaltending discipline of ARC3 Performance can be described as the effective ‘in game’ execution that displays a combination of 3 elements needed to achieve consistent position in the shooting lane and reaction with timely execution. These properly develop elements will provide the best opportunity for consistency of in-game execution:

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a sound Athletic structure
an effective Reaction engine
confidence through Composure

Crease Control Training System

The Crease Control Training System is delivered within a development environment that continuously assesses the student’s stage of development and applies the appropriate training strategies according the development needs of the student.

Stage of Development + Appropriate Training Strategies = Crease Control Training System

Profile Based Training Strategies

Our training system is made up of four Profile Based Training Strategies, which when patiently used in combination, will progressively improve the technical and tactical skills with a systematic approach that places primary value on the safe and gradual growth towards mastering the goaltending discipline of ARC3 Performance.

These profile based training strategies will ensure a training approach that guides young goalies towards progressively improving their in-game performance skills.

Training Strategies

Profile Training Stages
Standardized Fundamental Skills
Training Program Formats
Deliberate Training Method

Our Training System Objective

To provide a training system that will better help young goalies to connect to the training process and inspire them to train with purpose throughout each stage of their development.

‘Don’t focus on the performance results that will get you noticed 
but rather the training process that will help you improve’