hockey drills for Pass around player
- Technique exercise
- 3 different actions we will refine and train further
- Exercise at A: Two lift actions with at the last one an acceleration to the circle (also practice with backhand lift)
- Exercise at B: Forehand turn them in steps to the left and from there turn them in the other direction and then accelerate towards the circle.
- Exercise at C: Entry exercise to the left and accelerate and the other side along it.
- They walk in the direction of the little v and step in with their left foot and let the ball go that way as well and bring it back and accelerate the other way and pull this acceleration through to the circle and then round it off.
- Exercise expand on both sides
- A gives a push to B
- B takes the ball closed because defender D is in his back.
- B accelerates dribbling with the ball on the stick along the pilons, D runs with B because he doesn't want B to go along.
- D may try to conquer the ball when B has passed the pilons.
- B wants to pass the ball to C. If D intercepts, he passes the ball to C so that the person can continue with the exercise.
- If B gets the ball to C, C will do the same and the defender E will defend. If E picks up the ball, he can finish at the goal.
- How to continue, A goes to the spot of B, B goes to the spot of D, D goes to the spot of C, C goes to the spot of E and E goes to the spot of A.
- Tips for the attackers
- Keep the ball close to you and screen it with your stick
- Pass the ball over the backhand side of your opponent
- Accelerate to make it harder for the defender to stop you
- Tips for the defenders
- Keep your stick on the ground, you can react much faster to what your opponent is doing
- Keep your opponent on the forehand and make sure the line is closed!
- Let the attacker make the mistake and then grab the pass.
- Guide your opponent in the direction where you want him/her to go
- The children are placed in 2 rows.
- The trainer stands just behind the 2 rows and rolls a ball forward.
- The front 2 players try to conquer the ball.
- The player in possession
- drives the ball towards the goal.
- The other tries to conquer the ball again.
- From a marked point, the ball may not be taken away and the player in possession makes a shot at goal.
- The exercise is meant to simulate a game.
- It is therefore intended that one team consists of the defenders/defending midfielders and the other team consists of the attackers.
- The attackers can score in the normal goal (decide if they can hit high as in the game).
- The defending side can score by driving the ball.
- Over the line of the goals on the half way line.
- The attackers learn to play over and finish at goal and the defending side learns to defend to the outside.
- Player A plays the ball to Player B, who comes running into the ball.
- Player B bounces the ball directly back and runs towards the corner edge circle with a slalom through the gates.
- Player A runs towards the first pole to perform a tip in
Exercise is set up in the middle.Player A becomes player B and vice versa.
- Each player takes a pilon.
- Fields of about 10x5 are made.
- The pilon is placed in the middle of the back lines.
The aim is to play past your opponent and dribble the ball over the pilon. IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO SHOOT FROM 10 METERS!
The winner goes one square to the right and the loser goes one square to the left. Rounds of -/+ 2 minutes
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