Hockey drills for dribbling

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Two teams with substitutes, substitutions are made when a goal is scored.

Each person defends a goal, on each field there are 5 goals, so there are also 5 people who defend these goals.

If a goal is scored in your goal, you have to sit on the sidelines and you become a substitute. A new player (substitute) from the side enters the field and will defend the goal.

If a goal is scored, it is 1 point. The team that has the most points at the end of the game is the winner.

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Overplaying to score

Two players continuously play over the ball until one student is so close to the goal that he can score in the goal.

Variation 2-1 situation:

Under pressure from the defender, the attackers must now play together and try to score. The defender can score a point by conquering the ball and then dribbling over the dead ball line. This is the short side without a goal.

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  • Technique exercise
  • Learning the chop (if we don't have a water field we do another passing movement)
  • You walk towards the bar
  • Step over it yourself and tap the ball with your stick
  • Because of this it goes in the air and therefore over the tray
  • Then through the slalom and round off on goal
  • Do the exercise several times 
drawing
  • A gives a hard pass to B
  • B slaloms between pawns with the ball A slaloms between pawns  WITHOUT the ball
  • B gives a hard pass at the end towards A who takes the ball in the run 
  • A aligns the ball and finishes with the backhand on goal
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  • A starts slaloming through the pilons and does this at speed
  • At the end he is told whether he left or right along the pilons and accelerated with the ball on the stick
  • A aligns the ball and strikes goal
  • He turns around and gets a ball from B on the forehand. he takes the ball, aligns the ball up and around again.
  • Turn around immediately and you get a ball of C that you take, line up and complete
  • We are running from 
    • A to C
    • C to B
    • B to A



drawing
  • Use pilons to set up two squares 
  • Around the dotted head circle (left and right next to/opposite the goal) 
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  • Keeper on target
  • Place 2 gates of pilons on the 23-metre line (the gates are on the left and right side of the goalposts)
  • Player red starts on the head circle and accelerates with ball through the gates.
  • Immediately after passing the gates, red passes to blue. 
  • Red sprints around a pilon to put pressure and/or take the ball away from blue. 
  • After receiving the ball, blue accelerates with ball and runs through the gates. 
  • If blue passes through the gates, red is not allowed to take the ball and has to go back to the pilon. 
  • Blue accelerates into the head circle and shoots at the goal.
drawing
  • Put out the columns as shown in the figure
  • Spread the balls over pylon C and D.
  • In this exercise you place a player at pylon C and D.
  • The rest of the team will line up at pylon A.
  • From A onwards, the player walks around the pylon
  • From the post, the player makes a sideways movement facing the ball (facing C).
  • Player C plays the ball in the forehand of A
  • A takes the ball and turns right open
  • A runs in the direction of the circle and finishes at goal. 
  • From here he runs to D and receives another ball. 
  • The player turns open to the left and finishes on goal again.hockey-exercise-1

                                                                                           
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  • Make groups of 2.
  • No. 1 must try to hit the ball of
  • no. 2, staying in a designated area. How often does No. 1 succeed? After some time, switch around and No. 2 may try to hit the ball of No.1.


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