Improve Dryland Stickhandling Skills with the Green Biscuit
The Green Biscuit is a new innovative stickhandling puck designed to simulate on-ice feel off the ice. So is it worth it? Here’s our review of the Green Biscuit:
Overview: Young hockey players find out early that becoming a good player is not always easy. There are many skills that need to come together including skating, skickhandling, shooting and passing. All of these skills take time to develop. Most coaches can’t devote the required amount of practice time to just passing because there are so many equally important areas to cover. Passing is something every player can learn to do well. With the right instruction and work ethic a marginal passer can develop into a very good passer. The Green Biscuit is a great tool to help develop and improve these emerging skills.
Purpose: The Green Biscuit is a puck that has been developed to improve stickhandling off the ice. The puck weighs close to 4 ounces but with the off ice friction, it simulates a 6 oz puck.
Price: $10.95 for 1 puck
Video: Here is a great video demonstrating the features of the Green Biscuit in action:
- Off-ice training hockey puck to develop passing and stickhandling skills
- Mimics the feel of an on-ice puck
- No more chasing pucks and balls
- Develops a variety of skills - stickhandling, forehand pass, backhand pass, saucer pass, drop pass, toe drag, one touch pass
Final period: The Green Biscuit is an off-ice training hockey puck that helps develop passing and stickhandling skills. It is an affordable training accessory that will help your play improve their stickhandling and passing skills. For more information on the Green Biscuit, please visit HockeyShot.com
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