QR2 – Trial Session

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Getting Started

Schedule an Individual, Group or Team Trial Session

Experience Competitive Edge, the best skill development hockey training in the Twin Cities. Schedule a group, individual, or team trial session and learn firsthand how Competitive Edge can help bring your hockey game to the next level.

Our 60 to 90 minute trial session features all the elements of a typical Competitive Edge training session, including time on our Bullet Treadmill, Crossover Flywheel and hand skills development in our Hand Skills Studio.

During your training session, we’ll assess your skills, find out your goals and design a training program specific to your developmental needs and scheduling availability.

Take advantage of our introductory rate and pay only $40 per group (group sized one to four) when you schedule a Competitive Edge trial session (offer only applies to skaters who have never tried Competitive Edge training).  A team trial session is offered at $150 per team and can include as many as 15 players.

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Next Steps

Continue your hockey training with Competitive Edge. We have many skill development training options available. Find the one that best suits you.

Schedule a Video Analysis Lesson

This session is designed for one or two players and offers many benefits. Learn more about our video analysis system

Sign Up for Training Sessions

Small group training sessions are Competitive Edge’s most popular and cost-effective sessions. It’s personalized skill development in a small group setting. Our key difference is that you’ll receive individual instruction all of the time.

We also run several other training programs including team, 1-on-1, 2-on-1 and Private Group training.

Review our FAQs Page

It is very helpful, before your trial session, to review our FAQs page.  Further, one of our specific FAQs pages offers a guide to putting on the Safety Harness for the Bullet Treadmill and Crossover Flywheel.  Reviewing this allows you to do this yourself before your session, maximizing time during the session that will be used for training.