Hockey: The Basics
This volume is the first in a new series of books from the Czech technical hockey school and deals with the basic element of hockey-skating, because the high playing skills and tactical ability, demanded by this fast game. The individual will only be successful when the basic skill of ice-skating has become a natural function and is automatic. The book describes the basics of ice-skating (skating forwards and backwards, braking, skating in a curve, the cross-over forwards as well as backwards, turns and starts). 25 little games to practice the movements as well as 45 skating exercises are included to improve ice-skating skills, and these have proved themselves in practical work with pupils. In this way, can be successfully taught and coached.
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barrier rail basic stance bending the knees blue line body is centered body is held body weight Braking and stopping Braking when Skating center of balance Correct Technique cross-over forwards cycle push-off Emphasis in Training Exercise face-off circles forwards cross-over full plough gliding phase gliding step heel hips hurdles ice hockey Ice hockey stick ice-skaters ice-skating skills important inside edge inside leg inside skate jumping knee-joint left leg left skate Main Mistakes mastered Methods/Main Emphasis Mistakes in Technique move one-sided plough pelvis Picture Series players practice Position after Skating puck push-off leg pushed Relay race rhythm right leg right skate rink sequence of movements shoulders skate back skate runner skate turned skating backwards skating direction skating step snake shape speed standing leg standing position stick swinging side stop tight curves Tips on Methods/Main transferring the weight trunk Turn when skating turned outwards Turning from Skating unweighting upright wards