If you haven’t heard of the SuperDeker Advanced Training System. You soon will. You can read more on what these are all about on our full SuperDeker review. It’s a relatively simple training platform which uses a modified slide board that lights up. The goal is to have the puck slide across the lighted areas.
There are two sets of scoring, one with a band (original), and one without bands. The bands add a little extra complexity and mimic a pass in a real life hockey game, but when done right can make growing your stick handling skills all the more worthwhile.
I remember growing up and playing hockey out in the front driveway, I wish this was around when I was growing up playing hockey as the added component of challenging other players from across the world, would have had my competitiveness through the roof.
We took a look at the top 5 scores on SuperDeker.com and these kids are nothing short of impressive.
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If you don’t need all the electronic pieces and need a cheaper alternative, or worried about the SuperDeker electrical shock warning but still allow you to grow you stickhandling skills. I would recommend the Snipers Edge version. which is considerably cheaper, but with far fewer of the bells and whistles.
As of December 2019, here are the top 5 SuperDeker scores on SuperDeker.com.
On youtube it looks like a few people are self proclaimed World Record holders of the best superdeker scores. Our team at Hockey Camp Guide has a current question out to the Guinness Book of World Records to see if anyone has been officially named the world record holder for the SuperDeker advanced training system.
Chase Nyitray – Little Ceasers AAA
While only 11 years old, chase started playing hockey when he was 4 years old. Curently playing for Little Ceasers AAA team. Chase’s nickname is “The Quarterback” as he is known for his passes.
Oliver Morris – Los Angeles Jr. Kings
Oliver is also 12 years old. and has incredible form. It is super cool to watch as he practices barefoot, with such great form as well.
Jaxton Nemet – 5 years old
If you are currently struggling to keep up in the local beer league. I warn you, it’s not in your best interest to watch this video. This kid will embarrass you. At 5-6 years old Jaxton has likely got a future in hockey.
This wasn’t just a lucky fluke either Jaxton is on the leader board, not once, but twice. Both 3rd and 4th spots. With a score of 99.
Ryker Lee with a score of 97, is ready for the big leagues. Positioning his jersey in the background next to the Christmas decorations it looks as if Ryker opened up his SuperDeker system for his christmas gift and hit a top score before the new year hit. While were sure lots of practice went into this, either way we are very impressed.