hockey drills for Strength
- The tagger should try to tap as many children as possible.
- If you are in danger of getting tapped you can call a television show and then the tagger is not allowed to tap you.
- You have to stand with your legs wide.
- The rest can be relieved by crawling between your legs.
- When you are tapped, you stand by the trainer.
- Open reception,
- Accelerate & push pass out of the barrel (alternate with other techniques such as stroke, push pass, backhand pass).
- A flats to B (A runs after own ball);
- B takes it open and runs around the pilon.
- B accelerates with the ball stuck to the stick and plays the ball through the gates to A.
- The exercises can be played in 2 variations: the one for real beginning hockey players (this exercise can be used for a clinic for example) and the one for beginning hockey players who have already been in contact with hockey.
- Variant 1:
- Player 1 plays the ball to player 2, he takes the ball and passes on to player 3.
- Player 3 takes the ball and shoots at goal.
- Player 4 tries to stop the ball with the bottom of the foot or with the stick.
- Player 4 picks up the ball and joins the row at the back of the starting pilon of player 1.
- For safety's sake, don't shoot at goal when player 4 takes the ball.
- The balls can also be taken out of the goal later on or use a break for that.
- This is for safety reasons.
- Start from a standing position with your feet together and hold the medicine ball close to the chest.
- Step out with one of your feet until the knee has an angle of 90°.
- If all goes well, you now have a gap between your legs through which the ball can pass
- Pass the ball through your legs to your other hand
- Depending on the length of your arms, you will have to bend slightly forward to do this
- Return to your starting position and repeat the exercise with your other leg. Repeat this exercise 5 - 15 times per leg and build it up gently
- Muscle group: buttocks and legs
- Intensity: low/average
- Duration: 3 - 6 minutes
- all players sit on one half in a circle
- everyone has a ball
- Legs are stretched on the floor
- 1st exercise = everyone passes the ball to the left
- 2nd exercise = everyone passes the ball to the right
- 3rd exercise = do the same with a pair of "medizin" balls or 1 or 2 "medizin" balls in between the normal balls
- now in planking position or push-up position
- 1st exercise = everyone rolls the ball underneath them to the next player to the left
- 2nd exercise = everyone rolls the ball underneath them to the next player to the right
- 3rd exercise = now the ball can also be rolled to another player e.g. to the other side
- Player starts at the blue pilon and runs inwards.
- While running he receives the ball and continues.
- Before the player reaches the red pilon, the ball must be passed on to the next player.
- The centre mid player passes to the left half, left half to the left front.
- Left front puts it back in front of the striker.
- Striker crosses it and right front scores with a tip-in.
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