Week-long camp with Nick Lindberg designed for ALL LEVELS . Each session will focus on all aspects of the game - mainly focusing on improving fundamental hockey skills. Includes on and off-ice training opportunities.
Saturday March 24th marked the Second Annual Family Friendly Tampa Bay Summer Camp Expo. Over 50 summers camps came out to promote their programs! Last year's success sparked not only this year's event at Florida Hospital Center Ice, but also a second event this year at another location! Check out the rest of this newsletter for more information on the Family Friendly Tampa Bay Summer Camp Expo at Steinbrenner Field on April 7th!
Taste of New Tampa
Sunday March 25th brought the Taste of New Tampa back to Florida Hospital Center Ice for the second year in a row! Over 40 local restaurants/beverage companies were in attendance and offering samples of their delicious work. As you can see from the photos, the event was well-attended and well-received. Be sure to keep an eye out for the Taste of New Tampa 2019 announcements!
Come Visit Us This Weekend!
This weekend (April 7 @ 4:00PM - 7:00PM) we will be at George M. Steinbrenner field for the Family Friendly Tampa Bay Summer Camp Expo & Home Opener Came of the Tampa Tarpons. Come out and meet many exhibitors promoting their summer camps, activities, and health and wellness resources.
Admission to the expo is only $1.00 when you pre-purchase tickets and includes admission to the inaugural Tampa Tarpons Home Opener at 6:30PM.
For more information and ticket sales, click HERE.
For more information on Family Friendly Tampa Bay and their programs, click HERE.
Coolest Birthday Parties in Town!
Book your next birthday party at Florida Hospital Center Ice! Birthday packages start at $250 for 10 guests and include:
2 hour of Public Skating
1 Hour in a party room with a designated party host
Now that the season is over it’s time to take some time away from the ice and make a shift towards your off-ice training to prepare yourself for next season. The goal for the next two months should be to grow and lay a work capacity foundation so you can get stronger over the summer. Training should be high-volume with a moderate intensity in order to create the right environment for growth. Focus on compound movements such as squatting, hinging, lunging, horizontal and vertical pushing and pulling. Your conditioning should include loaded carries and sled pushing/pulling to keep overall volume and time-under-tension high. Try to get at least 2 sessions in per week and slowly add more training days in as you start to develop a higher work capacity. Make sure you’re still recovering because training is merely the trigger for growth, you still need to recover!
If you’re interested in finding out how to structure your off-season training or looking for a coach to guide you through your training email our Sports Performance Director at Connor@floridahospitalcenterice.com.
Advertising Opportunities Are Still Available!
We still have some availability for advertisers. We offer dasher boards, digital signage, Zamboni wraps, and even in-ice logos. An advertisement inside our facility is an excellent way to increase awareness of your company and bring new customers through your doors. Email us today to lock in a deal for your company's name to be featured at Florida Hospital Center Ice!
Be sure to like us on Facebookand spread the word, or "pass the puck" (as we say here) about this exciting new facility!