If you live in an apartment building or if it's been raining for the last week, it's hard to keep practicing on your hockey skills, but today with these cool little tricks you will be able to practice your stickhandling and even your shooting skills without breaking anything inside your house.
First, you need something to protect your floor so that you don't make scratches all over it. One off the best option here is to use the HockeyShotAll-Star Dryland Flooring Tiles, with these you can cover as much space as you want and they are easily detachable so when it's nice outside you can take them out. The other option for you is to get a Shooting Pad which will do just fine.
The other thing that you will need to protect are your walls, obviously you're not going to shoot real pucks in your house because you would make holes and leave black marks everywhere. There are a few options here, first there is the squishy balls, you can find them in pretty much any store that has a toy section. Another option are the squishy pucks, these are a bit better because they simulate a lot more the feel of a real hockey puck when stickhandling and shooting.
Since the puck and the ball are made out of foam they are a lot lighter than a real hockey puck, the solution here is to add weight to your hockey stick with the HockeyShot Stick Weights. With one Hockeyshot Stick Weight and a squishy puck or ball you will get the weight of a real puck (6oz).
HockeyShot All-Star Dryland Flooring Tiles
Any unused space can become a training zone with HockeyShot All-Star Dryland Flooring Tiles. These snap-together 18” by 18” tiles simulate the slickness and smoothness of the ice, and are sold individually so you only have to order what you need.
HockeyShot Stick Weight
The HockeyShot Stick Weight is an excellent training tool that will help you develop the muscles used for shooting. Add or remove to your stick shaft in a few seconds. Increase your shot power and speed with our stick weights!
Extreme Radar 2.0
An incredible full featured and affordable sports radar. Track you shot and see the improvement!