Hockey drills for all skills
- Player A runs towards pylon 1 or 2, whichever player B designates.
- A runs back to his starting place.
- Then A plays the ball to B.
- Player B does the same
- Run with the ball and pass the pylo, then play the ball to your fellow player.
- Take the ball on the forehand and run to the pylon and pass.
- At the end of the exercise run back to the beginning
- Change sides after every turn.
- Divide the group in two.
- Everyone stands in his own free space.
- You can score points by dribbling to the pylon and return to the free space, this is 1 point.
- If you get tapped you have to go back, but it doesn't give you a point.
- After 2 minutes the 2 taggers are replaced.
- (first practice without ball and stick)
- You place 11 pylons at different distances, under each pylon you put a stack of city names.
- Each 2 tries to reach all 11 pylons as fast as possible.
- You dribble to a pylon, take a city map and take it back with you, tap the next one and it runs to another pylon.
- Each city you return to the trainer will be stamped on the 11 city card.
- Who reached the 11 cities first?
(first practice without ball and stick)
- From the two pilons, aim (push/slide) at the inverted pilons.
- 2 groups of 5 hoops.
- All 5 children are standing at a hoop
- One of the kids has the ball and starts pushing to each other.
- Which group is the first to play the ball 3 times around (counterclockwise).
- Of course you can also have 2 groups of 4
- defense intercepts the ball
- the ball is played to the right back
- the middle right pulls in so that the flank is open
- the back right plays the ball into the depths to the striker
- the striker pulls out to take the ball along the line
- The purpose of the exercise is to make players understand that you have to step in front of your opponent
- and the quick passing of a ball is essential in an attack
- Have 5 attackers practice with the penalty corners
- goalkeeper in goal
- vary with declarers
- different variants
- At the end of the session, discuss 3 variants that can be used in the competition