Hockey: First Steps for Kids
This book deals with training the youngest of ice hockey players the 6-8 yearlds. The development of ice hockey ability and skills is describedystematically and in keeping with the child's age. After learning theorrect ice-skating technique from the book "Hockey -The Basics", by the sameuthor, this book now moves on to the development of the individual gamekills and game combinations. All areas, for example the attack and defence,assing, puck handling, as well as the breakaway, amongst many, are coveredoth in theory as well as in practice. Numerous training units, which containany practical exercises, serve as a basis for training.
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Training Examples for a Seven Year Old
Training Examples for an Eight Year Old
60 minutes Numberof 75 minutes Location age group Backwards cross-over basic blade body breathing exercises Catching game check the equipment Content of Training curve defending player Dribbling the puck drink and check evading maneuver exercises to take face-off circle fit in stretching forehand Forwards cross-over game play Greeting hockey Stadium Number hockey Stadium Training holds the stick Ice hockey Stadium ice hockey stick ice-skating Content Individual game skills individual skills lower hand Mini hockey minutes Numberof trainers move Number of players opponent’s stick player in possession playing area position practice Puck handling receiving a pass round the cones round the face-off shot at goal sideways single game zones skating backwards skating forwards skating round slalom course Slap shot Stadium Training aim Stations/Stands stick is held stretching and breathing Stretching exercises tackling the puck take a drink teammate training assessment Training Unit Beginning Warm-up and Main wrist shot