Synthetic Ice Training Advantages - NHL Star Auston Matthews trained on it as a kid!
Is Synthetic Ice Bad for your Blades? NO!!!! See below…
As we head into another New Year
of ice skating I figured this is a
good time to talk about synthetic
ice and the most popular question
we always get asked.
Many people think that because
the ice isn't natural like the ice at
the local arena that it will cause
damage to their skate blades.
This couldn't be any farther from
Our Pro-Glide panels are infused
with a slip agent that offers
optimal glide and performance!
The polyethylene (PE) panels are at the
perfect hardness which means you
can enjoy your favorite game or
sport without damaging your
edges, skate profile or boot.
It's the ideal surface for anyone
that is concerned about
maintaining their edge and
enjoying longer workouts.
"WORK Hard Here… FLY out there…”
Happy New Year from the CETCLLC team!!!
3RD PERIOD ICE
“WORK HARD HERE… FLY OUT THERE…”
Synthetic ice training is ideal because it can help you become an impact player or skater. The additional resistance makes synthetic ice training ideal for any skater or player looking to strengthen their skating, improve on basic stickhandling drills and advance their skills and performance. Why not take advantage of the CETC facility and its coaching staff where we can offer you maximum results?
Did you know that Auston Matthews learned to play hockey in Phoenix on synthetic ice?