Our Story

Growing up in a small town in British Columbia, Canada, Jason Yee was committed to his goal of making the NHL. And while the odds were stacked against him, he devoted countless hours of study to make his dream a reality.


It was around the age of 18 that reality began to sink in. There were players getting scouted for the NHL, and Jason wasn't one of them.


Frustration followed. 

That frustration turned into determination. And that determination turned into an obsession. An obsession with a better way to learn and develop as a hockey player. A methodology that generates faster skill development and a more effortless style of skating. 

While Jason didn't make the NHL, he did successfully earn a scholarship to the University of British Columbia to play hockey in the CIS for the UBC Thunderbirds. While at UBC , Jason studied kinesiology and graduated near the top of his class for his thesis on hockey development systems.


A few years later, Jason was able to validate his training methodology by playing professional hockey with the Kunlun Red Stars of the KHL (Kontinental Hockey League). 

Train 2.0 is the product of Jason's work over the last decade, and we can't wait for you to join us on this journey to improving your game. Once you see it, you can't un-see it.

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University of British Columbia Thunderbirds

Jason joins the UBC Thunderbirds & studies Kinesiology at one of the top schools in the country. He earns honors as the top rookie on the team.


Founded Train 2.0

Officially launched Train 2.0 - the next evolution of hockey training.


Graduated from UBC

Refines Train 2.0 Methodology to reverse engineer NHL Movements. Launches Downhill Skating System. The results begin attracting the eyes & business of professional hockey players.


Kunlun Red Stars

Signs with Kunlun Red Stars (KHL) & suits up for their VHL team.


Constant Evolution

The entire Train 2.0 System evolves. New lessons, new videos, and new principles are discovered. The community grows each day.

Join the Train 2.0 movement.