Summer 2011 pro workouts – Kesän 2011 pro ohjelma

Summer 2011 pro workouts – Kesän 2011 pro ohjelma
17/07/2011 Juha Halmesvaara

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Intensiivinen kesäohjelmamme pro maalivahdeille siirtyy pian seuraavaan vaiheeseen kun Euroopassa pelaavat asiakkaamme siirtyvät ensi viikon jälkeen harjoittelemaan omien joukkueidensa mukaan ja Suomeen jäävät ainoastaan 2 Pohjois-Amerikassa pelaavaa maalivahtiamme. Tässä alla hieman kuva ja videota tämän kesän treeneistä.

Our intensive summer program for pro goalies is moving to it’s next phase soon as those clients that are playing in Europe will be joining their team after next week. Only the 2 goalies that play at North America will stay here in Finland for another month. Below you will find some photos and videos from this summer workouts.

From left Ale Jääskeläinen (IFK/Goaliepro), Rasmus Tirronen (Merrimack), Bernd Bruckler (Sibir Novosibirsk(KHL), Ari Sulander (ZSC Lions), Mikko Rämö (KooKoo), Niklas Bäckström (Minnesota Wild and Jukka Ropponen (Goaliepro). In front Tomas Sinisalo and Tomi Sallinen

Sulo and Nikke laughing, but not for long once the workout started

Tomi Sallinen, Espoo Blues and Mikael Paunio, Helsinki IFK shooting

Sallinen trying to score on Bruckler

Ale working on Brucklers catch glove

42 years and still going strong. Ari Sulo Sulander in the net

Merrimack’s Rasmus Tirronen is a first year member of our pro group, but has been Goaliepro student for several summers at our camp

Mikko Rämö breaking in his new set of gear

Instant video feedback is very useful tool. Above Mikko Rämö getting feedback and below Nikke working with breakaways and getting video feedback

One of the new tools this summer was HD video mounted on a goalie mask. This Goaliecam setup was produced for goaliepro by Petri Karvinen of the Wall mask

KooKoo’s Petri Levänen was visiting our workouts

Tomas Sinisalo shooting at Bruckler

Nikke Bäckström doing his skating/conditioning drill at the end of the ice session

Mikko Rämö on the last drill of the week using what ever little energy he had left at that point