2 skating drills
SKATING DRILLS"© !!!
Goal: Teach players forward and backward skating skills.
Starting Player Positions: Somewhere on the board around the
Drill: On command, the first skater forward skates. The next
player forward skates after the previous skater goes over one of the
lines on the rink. Each time the skaters past a "Blue Line", they
turn to skate backward. At the next "Blue Line", the players turn
the opposite way from the first turn, then skate forwards until the
next "Blue Line". At this "Blue Line", the players make a turn in
the opposite direction from the last turn and skate backward. The
drill continues until the Coach ends the drill.
Variation: The players switch direction making turns in
alternating directions when they hear the coach's whistle."
Practice the drills in this 8 panel
brochure using the professional skills in
Play Better Roller Hockey > Skills > Effective Skating Mechanics
"Group Circle Skate Drill
Goal: Teach players to forward and backward skate in all
Starting Player Positions: The entire team gets together in
one corner of the rink.
Drill: With a gap between player's starting times, each
player skates up the boards, round the first face-off circle, skates
to and around the center circle, skates to and around the starting
side face-off circle, skates in back of the net to the opposite side
face-off circle, skates around this face-off circle, up the rink
around the center circle again, then to and around the opposite
face-off circle to the opposite corner."
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"EFFECTIVE SKATING DRILLS"
is an 8 panel brochure packed with these important and
well-defined skating drills ..
- The Proper Hockey Grip
- The Skating "Ready Position"
- Skating Phases
- The "Drive"
- The "Glide"
- The "Recovery"
- Forward Skating
- "V" Start
- Crossover Start
- Finishing the Start
- Forward Stops
- One foot Drag
- "Two Foot Stop" or the "Hockey Stop"
- Backward Skating
- Backward Strides
- Backward Push and Glide
- Backward Turning
- Two Skate Quick Turn
- Backward Crossover Stride
- Backward Stopping
- Two Foot Stop
- One Foot Stop or "T" Push
- "V" Stop
- Forward to Backward
- Backward to Forward
- Solutions to Skating Issues
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