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101 Youth Hockey Drills - cover

101 Youth Hockey Drills

Stuart Dempster, Dennis Hay

Publisher: Bloomsbury Sport

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Summary

Designed specifically for young players, this manual contains a wide 
range of progressive practice drills to help players develop. Fun, 
educational and challenging, all the drills are illustrated and cover 
the 
essential technical skills, including warming up, stick and ball work, 
skills and tactics, team work and decision making under fatigue. 
 
 
 
As well as easy-to-follow 
instructions, each drill contains information on the equipment needed, 
the space required, how to construct a safe and effective training 
session and how to organise the players.

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