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Hockey

Author : Jane Powell
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Crowood Sports Guides provide sound, practical advice that will make you a better player, whether you are learning the basic skills, discovering more advanced techniques or reviewing the fundamentals of your sport. Features in this book are: Information boxes containing Top Tips and Key Points for the coach and player; Sequence photographs and detailed diagrams in color; An introduction to the history and rules of the game, and equipment; A thorough examination of the core skills of hockey [ball carrying, passing, shooting, and defending skills]; Tactical analysis of the attacking and defending principles of playing the game; Valuable advice on techniques, coaching, nutrition and the competitive structure within the sport.

Hockey Skills

Author : Gerald A. Walford
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Includes both individual and game situation drills. This is a complete resource for hockey coaches and players looking for new ideas to improve play.

Hockey Skills

Author : James Macdonald
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"Learn how to skate, shoot, handle the puck and tend the goal like the professionals"--Provided by publisher.

Coaching Beginner Hockey Skills and Drills In A Day For Dummies

Author : Don MacAdam
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Learn the skills and drills you need as a first-time hockey coach—in a day! For first-time coaches, Coaching Beginner Hockey Drills and Skills In a Day For Dummies presents the basic practice drills that will sharpen player skills and make coaching fun and effective. Includes simple hockey drills that make practice fun Features strategies for dealing with challenging parents, preventing injury, and more Written by a former professional hockey player and coach and a professional exercise physiologist This e-book also links to an online component at dummies.com that extends the topic into step-by-step tutorials and other "beyond the book" content.

Top 25 Hockey Skills Tips and Tricks

Author : Jeff Savage
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Hockey is the fastest team sport. Professional hockey players can skate up to thirty miles per hour and can shoot the puck more than a hundred miles per hour. Playing the game at that speed requires a lot of skill and practice on the ice. This volume details the many important skills that readers need to know to become great hockey players, including skating, passing, defense, and a powerful slap shot.

Running with the Ball

Author : Bryan Knox
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HOCKEY. AUSTRALIAN. This title gives a complete description of field hockey skills and the techniques that are displayed using sequential photographs and easy to understand flow diagrams. The book targets coaches, players and parents of players that covers ability from the beginners to the advanced players.

Roller Hockey

Author : Greg Siller
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Demonstrates fundamental and advanced techniques, discusses rules, strategies, and equipment, and recommends practice drills

Coaching Hockey Fundamentals Team Play and Techniques

Author : John W. Meagher
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The Hockey Coach s Manual

Author : Michael A. Smith
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The HOCKEY COACHES MANUAL presents a winning formula for the hockey season. Complete with step-by-step diagrams, it helps coaches set up a season-long program of training.

Kids Book of Hockey

Author : John Sias
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Uses a question and answer format to explain the basics as well as finer points of this fastest of all team sports.

Hockey Coaching

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Demonstrates how to teach young players the fundamentals of hockey, explains strategies, and recommends exercises and drills

Field Hockey Techniques Tactics

Author : Claire Mitchell-Taverner
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The first book to look at the advanced skills and proficiency in field hockey from the athlete's perspective presents in-depth offensive and defensive strategies.

THE HOCKEY METHOD

Author : BOB DE LA SALLE
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Expectations are too high for beginners in hockey. Beginners are simply not ready for team play and systems. What is missing is a transition phase from the first time a player puts on a pair of skates to that first hockey game. The Hockey Method is a methodology to fill in this missing link or gap in hockey development. It identifies skill levels that can be grading to track player proficiency. The Hockey Method consists of two parts; Book 1 - Beginner Skating and Book 2 - Beginner Puck Control. These two parts present 31 skill concepts that are so simple and easy to learn that you don't need to be a coach to teach them. What is really needed, for first timers, is one-on-one direction and instruction. Coaches or parents can do it but parents are a better choice to instruct beginners because they have the time and vested interest to dedicate the 1 on 1 instruction needed by beginners at this early age. The basic idea is to build confidence by learning to walk before you run, run before you glide, and to be able to turn the toes in and out before you are able to use edges.

Coaching Hockey For Dummies

Author : Don MacAdam
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The fun and easy way to coach youth hockey – no experience required! Hockey is growing in leaps and bounds around the world, but the demand for qualified coaches far outstrips availability. Moms and dads are being recruited to step in and assume the role of coach even with nothing more than feigned interest for credentials. Coaching Hockey For Dummies is ideally suited to meet these growing needs: its message is clear, the information thorough and user friendly, and it brings along a great attitude. For anyone new to coaching, Coaching Hockey For Dummies will provide an invaluable reference. Unlike other coaching books, which only cover what happens on the ice, Coaching Hockey For Dummies covers every aspect of hockey coaching, from what equipment a coach needs, to holding player-parent meetings, to the perfect drills to develop individual and team skills.

Canadian Journal of Applied Sport Sciences

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Complete Hockey Instruction

Author : Dave Chambers
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Packed with illustrations, this practical manual shows the way to winning hockey for both players and coaches at all levels.

Hard Core Hockey

Author : Rand Pecknold
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“Coach Pecknold has created a no-gimmicks system for teaching skills and strategy that gets players to the next level.” --George Gwozdecky, head coach of the University of Denver men’s ice hockey team, and 2005 National Coach of the Year Hard Core Hockey is an all-in-one guide to playing high-caliber hockey from a veritable who’s who of the world’s top coaches. Including advanced skating and stick-handling techniques, collegiate-level systems, and effective drills, it features contributions from Ted Donato, head coach of Harvard University; Frank Serratore, head coach at the United States Air Force Academy; and more.

Hockey

Author : John Cadman
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This book is part of a series of instructional sports books written by some of the country's leading sports coaches. All the skills and techniques of hockey are tackled in this book which emphasizes the belief that participants at all levels should base their play on the techniques displayed in the international arena and stresses the value of small-sided games in learning these techniques. The author is an experienced coach and former Great Britain International. In the Hockey Association, he has held the posts of National Coach, Chief National Coach and Director of Coaching and he is also an FIH Coach.

Hockey training and Fitness

Author : David Armentrout
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Focuses on the importance of basic training in the fundamentals of hockey and provides practice drills and training exercises to help young players achieve their goal of playing better hockey.

Hockey Drills for Passing Receiving

Author : George Gwozdecky
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In hockey, the team that has mastered skillful puck movement usually comes out on top. Whether you're attacking the goal or maneuvering out of a compromising situation near the opponent's goal, sharp passing and receiving skills are vital weapons that can consistently carry your team to victory. Hockey Drills for Passing & Receiving provides all the expert instruction you need to get your team passing and receiving the puck like a well-oiled machine. The book includes 75 drills, many of which can be applied to both in-line and ice hockey. Backed by the sport's premier provider of coach and player instruction, Huron Hockey, Hockey Drills for Passing & Receiving teaches how to develop individual skills and use them within a team concept. In addition to improving puck movement in the offensive zone, the drills also focus on the all-important transition game, where much of the action takes place during a match. Expert instructors George Gwozdecky and Vern Stenlund provide the key teaching points and practice activities to hone players' abilities to move and keep possession of the puck. Drills within each chapter start basic then increase in difficulty to provide a wide range of challenges and learning situations. Each drill is accompanied by special coaching tips to correct common errors and maximize players' performance. Any player has the potential to master passing and receiving the puck. With Hockey Drills for Passing & Receiving, you will boast better puck movement than the rest and dominate on the ice.