2017 

VIDEO ANALYSIS PROGRAM

"28 Years of Video Expertise"

#1 Video Analysis Technique In North America

Video Analysis Performed Daily With Each Student

YOUR CHOICE OF;

 A DVD Analysis (MP4 Computer files) $15.00

OR

A Flash Drive Analysis (MP4 Computer files) $20.00 (New Offer)

 

 

2017 Summer Online Application (Now Available)

Forward Stride:

It is important for all SIHA students to learn the basics of Forward Stride, including moving the arms front to back, fully extending the back leg and bending the front knee. Our staff will work with each student to improve all aspects of their skating stride.

* Please click on the Flat Screen TV, to view a sample of our Forward Stride Individualized Video Analysis.

Tight Turns:

Our expert staff will be emphasizing the finer points associated to Tight Turns throughout the week. We will concentrate on having each student lead with their inside skate, bend with the knees and turn the head and shoulders quickly for faster and stronger turns.

* Please click on the Flat Screen TV, to view a sample of our Tight Turns Individualized Video Analysis.


Please Click On The Animated Video Camera For A Video Clip Of Our 2011 Video Analysis Program!

DAILY VIDEO ANALYSIS

Our video analysis is performed daily with each student to best demonstrate the skills that need to be improved as well as emphasizing the existing skills that need not be altered. Clearly, this is our best guarantee for a quality hockey education. Our students tend to view their take-home video analysis DVD over and over, to further help themselves, regarding the points that our staff has instructed.

Please View Our Mini-Video Clip From Our Actual Video Analysis Session (animated icon to the left)



Sport International Video Lab
The Sport International Hockey Academy recently developed a computerized Video Lab, which is performed with each student throughout the week. Our Video Lab was designed to compliment our daily individualized video analysis program. Our technique compares our student's slow motion movements, compared to our professional demonstrator's movents, in a split screen format. We feel that this visual aid will give our students the best opportunity to compare and contrast their skills to NHL players. We are very proud of our daily video analysis program, clearly our best guarantee for a quality hockey education.

Backwards Skating:

Our SIHA staff is under the common belief that, backwards skating is the key to becoming a solid hockey player. We will work with each student, concentrating on balance, posture and power with the backwards skating technique. It will be imperative that all students work on keeping their head up, back straight and knees bent, for a well balanced stride.

* Please click on the Backwards Skating Flat Screen TV, to view a sample of our Individualized Video Analysis.

Stops & Starts:

With the speed of the game always increasing, it is important for our students to be proficient with the starting and stopping techniques. Our staff will work with each student, emphasizing the head up, the shoulders square and the knees bent, with the stick on the ice.

* Please click on the Stops & Starts Flat Screen TV, to view a sample of our Individualized Video Analysis.

Please Click On The Animated Video Camera For A Video Clip Of Our 2011 Video Filming Process!

FILMING OUR STUDENTS:

Our expert staff films each player on a daily basis with a high definition digital camera to ensure a high quality product. The final product is assembled in our Sport International Video Lab, on an individual basis, with our student. We work very hard at this process to guarantee a top notch analysis of each student, in each city.

Please View Our Mini-Video Clip From Our Actual On-Ice Filming Session (animated icon to the left)

NEW FOR 2014

Pro X-Ray Cut-Out Analysis
SIHA has developed a new video analysis technique - Pro X-Ray Cut-Out. We have designed an X-Ray cut-out of one of our past professional demonstrators and we can now place it over each student, to see where the student's stride needs improvement or which areas of the stride is in good shape. This will be an excellent technique to help isolate each player's stride for our upcoming Clinics & Camps.

NEW FOR 2014

4 Step Progression Analysis
SIHA has developed The 4 Step Progression for the proper shooting technique. Our cut-outs will demonstrate to each student how to effectively transfer the weight from back to front in a 4 step progression. Each student will receive a thorough video analysis of their shooting technique, each day. 

"CUT-OUT" COMPARISON
The Sport International Hockey Academy is very excited with our new innovation of "Cut-Out" Comparison. We have been able to create cut-outs of our past pros demonstrating various skill techniques. We will be able to tap in these cut-out stamps and place them side by side to our students to visually show our players and goalies the areas that need to be improved as well as the skills that are being properly performed. We feel that this new teaching technique will be extremely beneficial for our students. Some of the past pro cut-outs that we will be profiling will be; Patrick Kane, Nathan Paetsch & Jesse Winchester. SIHA is continually trying to offer new and exciting techniques to constantly improve our video analysis process.

RIGHT HANDED WRIST SHOT

LEFT HANDED WRIST SHOT



STICK FIGURE COMPARISON
The Sport International Hockey Academy has recently developed a new type of analysis to further enhance our video analysis process. We have created stick figures from our professional demonstrator, to be compared to each student on two of the 4 days of video. Stick figures have been created to accentuate the proper body posture of both the forward stride and backwards skating skills, to be overlayed on top of our student (Pro on the left and student on the right side), so they can see exactly how close they are, regarding technique, to our NHL demonstrators. We are very excited to launch this new video analysis segment to our 2011 presentation.

SPOTLIGHT ISOLATION
SIHA will be introducing Spotlight Isolation to our 2011 students. We will be able to isolate certain areas of the shooting technique, to better explain the proper transfer of weight and the skills associated with the puck release process. The spotlight will zone in on the primary area to be analyzed, blocking out the rest of the video. This will offer an enhanced view of our telestration technique. SIHA is continually trying to invent new and exciting ways to teach the game of hockey. Enjoy our 2011 Video Analysis process!



Please Click On The Animated Video Camera For Another Video Clip Of Our 2011 Video Analysis Process!

VIDEO, VIDEO & MORE VIDEO:

We carefully train our staff to properly and effectively conduct a very concise video analysis with each student, each day. It is always interesting to receive the point of view from different instructors, from year to year, regarding our returning students.

Please View Our Mini-Video Clip From Our Actual Video Analysis Session (animated icon to the left)



Computerized Motion Analysis
The Sport International Hockey Academy has emerged as the North American leader, with our original development, of computerized motion analysis and our 1997 invention of geometric stride analysis. Our video analysis will be conducted with each student on a daily basis. Skills to be concentrated upon, will be; forward stride, stops and starts, backwards skating, tight turns and shooting. Through the use of our telestrator machine and computer technology, our expert staff will individually isolate various areas of improvement or the reinforcement of properly executed skills. Each player will receive their video analysis tape to take home and review for future development.
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