Other Hockey Exercises on the PowerSkater
Lateral Crossunder Attachment

This the world’s first machine which forces you to stand and balance while building strength specifically for crossovers. The Lateral Crossunder attachment allows users build strength, power, and quickness in the crossunder movement pattern. You can see this movement pattern in a variety of skating activities. The Lateral Crossunder Attachment is a must for all skaters, but athletes from any sport which requires changes in direction will benefit from this type of training. (used by ages 10 – Adult).

 

In skating we execute a push & pull movement. When skating backwards in a semi-circle the back leading leg reaches out and pulls the ice crossing under the other leg, then pushes under – a push/pull movement. For forward crossovers, the back leg pushes under the front leg. Both Crossunder and Crossovers can be exercised on the PowerSkater or ProSkater with the Crossunder Attachment.

Lateral Crossunder Attachment for your PowerSkater

Please note the Crossunder is now made of new material to improve the quality and stiffness of the platforms. Below we show the old design

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Double Crossunder Attachment Accesory

 

Forward Crossover (Right Leg Shown) 

Focus:     Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Gluteals, Abductors, Adductors (Groin), Hip Flexors, Hip Extensors

Purpose:  To increase stride power and stride length

Forward Single Leg Push

Focus:     Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Gluteals, Calves, Hip Flexors, Hip Extensors

Purpose:  To build leg and hip power, hip flexibility

Backward Crossunder (Left Leg Shown)

Focus:     Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Gluteals, Abductors, Adductors (Groin), Hip Flexors, Hip Extensors

Purpose:  To increase stride power and stride length

Backward Single Leg Push

Focus:     Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Gluteals, Calves, Hip Flexors, Hip Extensors

Purpose:  To build leg and hip power, hip flexibility

Hip Flexor in a Lunge Position

Focus:     Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Gluteals, Calves, Hip Flexors, Hip Extensors

Purpose:  To build leg and hip power, stride power, hip flexibility and speed

Lateral Single Leg Stretch

Focus:     Abductors, Adductors

Purpose:  To help developo lateral movement power, directional change and agility