Perfect Your Wrist Shot with Shot Tec

The Shot Tec is designed for a fairly specific purpose—strengthening the muscles used when taking a wrist shot (and only a wrist shot). Basically, a hockey puck is attached to a resistance band that is fitted into a track. The player uses a dial to choose how much resistance they want and then practices “shooting” the puck. The puck only moves forwards and backwards on the track so the full wrist shot motion cannot be completed. A digital display counts the number of reps, and counts down from a preset number of seconds. You can choose any 30-second interval up to three minutes. Click here to read the full review.

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