Farmtology is the art of blending old school virtues and values with the lifestyle of the 21st century. It’s about respecting your past in order to shape your future. It’s born from YOUR VISION of who you are and who you want to be.
Farmtology is about developing an AWARENESS of your STRENGTHS and WEAKNESSES in order to improve and grow. This approach blends gritty effort and a desire for greatness, with passionate enthusiasm and a respect for life!
Farmtology celebrates the value of honest, hard work, which breeds accomplishment and self-reliant individuals. Our shared experiences make up a community of like-minded people who understand the value and significance of family and friendship.We live by the philosophy the better you get, the more fun you have™. We strive to create consistency over time, proving that small changes create long-term positive HABITS!
Farmtology, at its’ essence, can be summed up this way … Dig deep, work hard, give thanks, believe in yourself, and you will be rewarded.
I’ve seen definite improvements in his shot (power, accuracy, quickness), in his confidence and decision making, and in his anticipation and aggressiveness. He’s doing fairly well sticking to his routine and loves making smoothies. Most importantly, he loves the game even more than he did before!
– B. Pechman
Peter! That’s why you are The Man in hockey in this area! And your philosophy reaches far and wide! I miss coming with TJ to The Barn and watching workouts with you or just shooting around! It’s a great environment for hockey players of all ages! Your attitude is the best I have ever seen! Your love of kids and the game I have never seen exhibited by anyone better! You ARE “The Hockey Man”
– T. Borgardt
I see the difference and noticed it in just 3 weeks. There is such an upside to gaining an edge for these boys and your program gives them what they need. When they bring home hardware, your program should be recognized.
– D. Cassada
Gabriel loved his stay at the farm. It is the unusual and original approach to your teaching hockey that I liked and Gabriel liked. He wants to come back next summer!
– G. Roux, France
One of the first things we had to do when he got home was to make our refrigerator “look like Peter’s”… We have flax seed, granola, Newman’s Own cookies, soy milk, etc.. You didn’t just change his life you are also changing ours in a positive way. Seriously you guys are so great for the sport of hockey and have such a positive influence on the kids.
– B. Dolce, Colorado