Hockey drills for fast feets, quick hands and speed in mind! This is maybe the shortest way to describe the content in the book Multidimesional Hockey Drills and Training. Hockey drills that challenge your Hockey players to take the next step, with multiskill or multitasking hockey drills where time and space is limited. Buy the book from the printing company, or from ALIBRIS, AMAZON or other online bookstore.
Multidimensional Hockey Drills and Training is a book about fast feet’s, quick hands and speed in mind in ice hockey. Multitasking in hockey is about challenging your players in these three skill categories, speed in feet’s, hands and in mind. You get thorough guidance in the book how to apply this in your hockey drills. Buy the book from the printing company or from ALIBRIS, AMAZON or other online bookstores.
Practicing hockey at home is easy if you have a small space and a skill pad. Most of the times the only tricky thing is to have ideas for hockey drills. With the book Train Hockey at Home, that issue is solved. 100:s of hockey drills to use at home and to develop you as a hockey player. Hockey Books >> or at ALIBRIS or AMAZON
Do you have a dedicated area to practice hockey at home? If you have a hockey skill zone, area or pad, then I think the book / eBook Hockey at Home – hockey drills to do at home, is definitely something for you, get 100:s of different hockey drills to do at home on your hockey skill zone and other hockey training related tips
The book Multidimensional Hockey Drills and Training, take a look into the evolution of the hockey players mind and capacity, connecting it to the world they are facing today and how it affects the hockey practices and hockey drills, or at least should, if we are not stuck in old patterns as hockey coaches?
Multidimensional Hockey Drills and Training – …When you increase your hockey players “bandwidth” during the hockey practices, with challenging multitasking drills with reduced time, you actually do the opposite for the feeling of the game, you slowdown the game for them thanks to higher “bandwidth”. This is exactly the purpose of this book, to give you the understanding, tools and methods to increase the “bandwidth”, with nonlinear or multidimensional hockey drills and coaching for all of your players. Buy the book from ALIBRIS, AMAZON or other online bookstores.
Hockey at Home – Train hockey at home is a book for hockey players in all ages, who are ready train extra by their own, in other words for hockey players with big hockey heart, but also for hockey parents, who wants to support their child to develop in hockey, by practicing extra at home. Are you motivated to practice extra and want to learn more, and know what and how to practice hockey at home? In that case, in this book you will get training tips, drills for shooting, skill drills, but also physical exercises and coordination training you can perform at home. Buy the book from ALIBRIS, AMAZON or other online bookstores.
Hockey Leadership and coaching – What is required from a successful hockey coach or a hockey team? How can you as the coach bring your team to the next level on ice, but also see and strengthen each individual in the team? How do you create engagement, work with goal setting, teambuilding, strengthen your players hockey capacity, run efficient on ice practices, reduce collaboration losses, get results and work with your communication and feedback, to develop your team and yourself?
The team development and leadership areas are connected to an easy to use and practical leadership model, strengthened with examples, teambuilding exercises, on and off ice practices and hockey drills for you to use. Buy the book from ALIBRIS, AMAZON or other online bookstores.
Match-Like Hockey Drills – Match-like hockey drills. The idea of this hockey book is that the focus should be entirely on hockey drills in different categories and that all hockey drills link as much as possible to the theme of match-like hockey training, whether it is a warm up drill, skating or a passing drill. The hockey drills with turnovers, breakouts, offensive drills and 1 vs 1, 2 vs 1, 2 vs 2, 3 vs 2 or 3 vs 3, of course naturally gets a strong connection to the theme match-like hockey drills.
You also get tips on “spices” for the hockey drills, which make a difference, details that cannot be drawn into the drills, but link the drills even more strongly to the theme match-like hockey drills! Buy the book from ALIBRIS, AMAZON or other online bookstores.
Are you looking for hockey drills to use on your hockey skill pad, area or hockey training zone at home? In the book Hockey at Home – Hockey drills to do at home you will find ready to use hockey drills for the hockey practice at home on your hockey skill pad, area or zone. The book is also covering what’s required to succeed in hockey and other training tips to be successful and keep developing you as hockey player.
What is required from a successful hockey coach or a hockey team? How can you as the coach bring your team to the next level on ice, but also see and strengthen each individual in the team? How do you create engagement, work with goal setting, teambuilding, strengthen your players hockey capacity, run efficient on ice practices, reduce collaboration losses, get results and work with your communication and feedback, to develop your team and yourself?
The team development and leadership areas are connected to an easy to use and practical leadership model, strengthened with examples, teambuilding exercises, on and off ice practices and hockey drills for you to use.
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Hockey drills and practices for goal scoring (shooting) are wanted, because in the end this is what ice hockey is about, scoring more goals than the opposite team. In the eBook Hockey goal scoring drills and practices, you will find both theory and hockey goal scoring practices and drills that can be used on your ice hockey practices.
The last theme on the International hockey coaching training / education, was goal scoring and goalie techniques. I have chosen to only take the goal scoring part in hockey, to finish up with a similar post I started up.
I wrote earlier about what is important when you practice to score goals in hockey.
– Shoot quickly
– Shoot with precision
– Shoot hard/fast
– “Hide” the shot
– Shoot unannounced
Here are some other aspects, like the distnace from where you are shooting from. This is a picture how the goal and goalie looks like from a longer distnace (if you shoot early).
By moving just 1,5 meter closer the goal and goalie, the free space in the goal is radically reduced, and therefore also the goal scoring opportunities.
Shoot earlier if you want the best odds to score a goal in hockey.
Move in the sight when you shoot in hockey
During this lesson, it was also recommended from a hockey goalie point of view to move in the sight a little bit, you don’t need to hit the post and in, to score a goal in hockey. Shots close to the hockey goalie body are many times hard to catch and you also minimize the risk of missing the goal totally, and then you will definitely not score goals in hockey.
Freeze the hockey goalie
The skill level of the hockey goalies has also dramatically improved, and a technique to improve the goal scoring chances is to “freeze” the goalie before the actual shot or pass to teammate. Freezing means the hockey goalie is totally prepared for shot in first moment, but instead the shot or pass comes in the next moment.
This can be done with a small shot feint, pass feint or other move that makes the goalie believe “OK, now the shot comes”. When the goalie makes a small reaction in the first step, it will reduce the time for the actual save in the next step, either it’s a shot or pass to a teammate who will shoot. GOOOOAAAAAL….
I wrote earlier about the Swedish 2-2-1 set up and quite aggressive forecheck, if you then look at the World Champions in hockey Russia, you find almost the opposite, very defensive 4-1 or V set up. When the forecheck is started they have almost a 2-2-1 set up, that is transferred to a wall or trap when they stop the attack from the opposite team. Not maybe fully transferrable to floorball, but I hope this post still will create some thoughts outside the box…