The Smarthockey MAXX Shooting Pucks are the newest addition to the Smarthockey Training Systems used by top pro, collegiate and junior players across North America and Europe.
The 10oz Shooting Puck was developed to use on a shooting board to improve a player’s overall shooting speed and accuracy. Our puck features a proprietary super slick outer shell that slides on a shooting board as fast as a puck slides on ice so a player is forced to maintain the same shooting rhythm/tempo even though the puck is heavier.
GUARANTEED TO MAKE YOUR SHOT HARDER IN 30 DAYS: We are so confident in the MAXX puck technology that we are offering a 100% Money Back Guarantee. If you shoot 100 MAXX pucks every day for 30 days and you don’t see a significant improvement in your shot speed and accuracy, simply contact us, send the pucks back, and we’ll refund your money.
STRONGER FOREARMS AND WRISTS FOR A HARDER, QUICKER SHOT AND BETTER ACCURACY: Have you ever seen a picture of Gordie Howe’s forearms? Or how about Rick Nash’s, Ovechkin’s or Teemu Selanne’s forearms? They all look like Popeye after he’s eaten spinach and they could all fire the puck. You want a wrist shot as hard as theirs? Then you have to work at it. 100 shots every day with our 10oz MAXX Puck every day and we guarantee you’ll see an improvement.
2X THE WEIGHT AS AN ICE HOCKEY PUCK:At an actual weight of 10.7 oz the Smarthockey MAXX Puck feels 2X the weight of an ice hockey puck. Just like swinging a bat with a bat weight on it, when you shoot our MAXX puck and then shoot an ice hockey puck, the hockey puck feels light as a feather. Shoot our puck 100 times a day for 30 days and an ice hockey puck will always feel light and your shot will look like a rocket to opposing goalies.
ALL NEW SUPER SLICK OUTER SHELL MADE FOR SPECIFICALLY FOR SHOOTING BOARDS: The trick to our MAXX puck isn’t just the weight, it’s also the outer shell which is a proprietary plastic that was engineered to slide on a shooting board as fast as a puck slides on ice. As a result, players are forced to maintain the same rhythm and tempo with their wrists, hands, arms and body weight transfer to shoot the MAXX puck which translates to shooting a hockey puck on the ice. As a result, players see a dramatic increase in their shot speed and accuracy.