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Hockey drills for technique push pass

Aim:

  • To become physically as well as technically warm as preparation for the training.


Design:

  • The exercise will be done with a maximum of 4 people. 
  • Of course you can put a multiple of these so that the exercise still works.
    • The players 1 start with the ball and play it to their players 2. Then they change positions.
    • Players 2 play the ball back to players 1 and also change positions.


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Variations:

  • You can vary the way of passing (hitting, push, flats)
  • Increase the distance between the pilons so that one only has to walk further.
  • Increase the distance between the pilons so that one only has to move on.
  • Increase both distances.
  • Increase speed
  • Make as many successful passes as possible in time.


Points of attention:

  • Sit low for good control.
  • Stick to the ground at ball control.
  • Play ball on the forehand side.
  • Stand still at ball acceptance.



  • Ball starts with player 1, who runs to the back line, turns close and passes the ball in the run to player 2.
  • Player two runs towards the 23, makes a turn to the right and pushes the ball to player 3.
  • Player 3 attempts to run towards header circle but retrieves the ball at the ion and passes to player 4.
  • Player 4 runs towards the back line and passes the ball towards head circle.
  • Player 3 has run on after the pass and has taken position between the head circle and the center spot and will choose from here between rounding or playing on the tip.
  • Player 1 is ready for the tip.
  • Direction of rotation in chronological order.
drawing Changing sides and attacking over the back line
  • There are 6 positions and a straight ball forward and a slanted ball back is given each time. 
  • The ball ends in front of the circle and the last player rounds on goal. 
drawing Passing and scoring
  • Practice the clean passing of a ball the proper acceptance of a ball. 
  • Then the player finishes on target and runs to an action he has made. 
  • A pushes the ball to B. (look, aim and hit the forehand of your teammate)
  • B takes the ball. (hands apart, standing actively, feet apart stick to the ground)
  • B pushes the ball to C who accepts the ball and takes it straight to the other side.
  • Take on the ball. ( ball on stick, hands apart, ball slightly in front of you)
  • Lines up the ball and finishes on the goal. 
  • D pushes the ball when B has played the ball to C right away. 
  • B must therefore turn around immediately and pay attention. 
  • B takes the ball and makes a forehand pass
  • B passes the ball to E. 
  • E takes the ball and gives another pass towards the 2nd post. 
  • C runs into the ball E gives and changes its direction.


drawing Block 1 exercise 1 controling the ball and finishing on target
  • Flats,
  • Open take,
  • Accelerate & push pass from the run (if necessary, alternate the exercise with other techniques such as hit, push pass, backhand pass)
drawing SPEED ON THE BALL

Goal: Build up by moving the ball.

Instruction:

  1. 1 starts with the ball and plays it to 2
  2. 2 plays the ball back to 1
  3. 1 plays the ball to 3
  4. 3 plays the ball to 4
  5. 4 starts the attack and may choose how he does this


Point of attention: The defenders try to get rid of the ball as quickly and skillfully as possible

  • 2 equal teams, or in case of odd numbers with a joker,
  • try to keep the players on the team for as long as possible.
  • This can be done through short replay, the duel and then replay.

Goal

  • To regain that ball feeling and get back into the swing of things.


Set up

  • The players form pairs
  • and they stand opposite each other on a few meters (5 for example).
  • Then they start pushing each other.
  • At a certain moment, they take some more distance and start flattening.

Purpose
: To get warm through a combination of passing, running, and picking up in the run and from standstill.

Format
:This exercise is also known from volleyball. The pawns are not exactly in a triangle. It is possible, depending on the number of players, to set up a multiple of the exercise.

  1. The player at A passes the ball straight to the player at B.
  2. The player at B plays the ball to the player at C and runs towards point A.
  3. The player at C receives the ball at point D and passes it to point A.
  4. For the changeover, A runs to B, B via D to C and C to A.


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Variations:

  • Variations can be made in terms of stroke. (hit, push, flats)
  • The distances can be made larger or smaller to adjust the level of difficulty.
  • Pawns can be placed to play in between. This is to increase the purity. When you make the cones smaller, the degree of difficulty increases.
  • To play the ball from C to D there can be bounced.
  • To play the ball from D to A you can play bounce.
  • You can also place point C on the other side so that you reverse backhand and forehand.
  • When you place point C at 90 degrees from point B, you can do the same exercise, only then you will hit point D from a different angle.
  • When you set up different situations, you can rotate the exercise. Situation A is the standard, in situation B the exercise is mirrored, in situation C the exercise is set up so that point B and C are at 90 degrees from each other and situation D is a mirror of situation C.


Points of attention:

  • As a trainer you can take a good look at the different techniques of your players.
  • Sit low at the take-off.
  • When playing the ball from C to D, the ball may not shoot too far in the direction of A. The intention is that the player coming from B should take the ball at right angles.
  • Play the ball on the forehand where possible.
  • Stand ready to receive the ball. (low to the ground, stick on the ground)

Purpose
: Various technical forms to warm up.

Format
:The exercise can be set up one-sided or two-sided. This depends on the number of players in the training.

  1. At point A, the player makes a drag and passes the pawns. Then he passes to the player at point B.
  2. The player at point B takes the ball and dribbles to point C. From there he passes to the player at point C.
  3. The player receives the ball and turns towards the goal, completing the pass
  4. Before turning, you run after the ball. Point D rejoins point A again.


dynamic-warm-up

Variations:

  • You can set up the exercise single-sided and double-sided.
  • You can also choose to warm up the goalkeeper in this way.
  • At C, you can switch sides. If you are coming from the right, play the ball to the right, so that you can practise from both sides.


Points of attention:

  • This is a good time to look at different techniques of your players and polish them.
  • When turning and dribbling, the ball must stay on the stick.
  • There is only one point at C, so players should not get in each other's way and look for the next ball to enter play.
  • All balls are played into the forehand of the teammates.

Purpose
:The purpose is to teach you how to make space for your teammates by claiming a defender to you.

Set-up:

  1. It looks like the player at point A is going to take the ball out, but instead of doing so he leaves the ball and runs to point C.
  2. At the moment that the player at A runs away, the player at point B takes over his position.
  3. The player with the defender at point C runs in as soon as he sees the player at point A leave the ball and run towards him.
  4. The ball is taken out towards point D.
  5. At point D the ball is taken out and played to point C. After playing the ball this player walks to point E.
  6. The player now at point C plays the ball to the player running to point E.


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Variations:

  • You can also mirror the exercise on the other side.
  • When D can bounce the ball instead of taking it and playing it, the speed increases significantly.
  • When C can also rebound, this increases the speed and effectiveness
  • You can also give the C defender a more active role by having him try to get in front of his man.


Points of attention

  • The smoother the exercise runs, the harder it is to defend it.
  • Passes must be accurate for the exercise to be successful.
  • Because there are many changes of position, it is important that you explain the exercise step by step.
  • Player 1 plays the ball with a hard push into the attacker who has come running from the spot.
  • The attacker takes the ball strongly and passes it back.
  • Player 1 plays the ball to the side.
  • The player on the side plays the ball directly to the corner.
  • Now the team can shift via the left.