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My training session will take place on a full sized Astroturf hockey pitch, in an 'easy to get to' area

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Hockey Training My training session will take place on a full sized Astroturf hockey pitch, in an 'easy to get to' area. There will be one training session a week for 6 weeks, each session lasting one and a half hours, between 6:00pm and 7:30pm. Each person who is attending will be issued with a letter, containing information on the days and times of the sessions. Also it will contain the equipment needed. All participants should being shin pads, Astroturf boots/proper hockey shoes, tracksuit in case of bad weather, a drink of water and some money. Objectives of the Training Sessions All participants should: * Have an understanding of the rules of hockey. ...read more.


Warm Up (6:10- 6:25) The warm up will consist of static and dynamic stretches. Stretching should be general and specific. General stretching of all of the large muscles and specific stretching of muscles that are used heavily in a hockey match. Static stretches (unassisted stretches in a stationary position) The participants will be asked to stretch neck, shoulder, arms, core, upper leg, pelvic areas, leg and feet. Dynamic Stretches (Stretches with movement) Small steps, small skips, single knee lift, knees cross, side running, walk lunge and hurdle walk. Skill - Push Passing (6:20-6:50) For the first week the skill learning session will be at the beginner's stage. ...read more.


Three members of the group will stand in a triangle (one person with the ball); each point about 5 paces apart, while the other one must stand in the middle of the triangle. The person in the middle must intercept the push passes made between the 3 other members of the group. Game (6:50-7:15) As there are 20 participants in the whole group, I can make 4 five-a-side teams and two small matches on either half of the pitch. Just like a normal game, but with one catch, only allowed two touches and when passed, it must be a push pass. If someone touches the ball twice, a free push will be awarded to the opposing team. The winner is the person with the most goals. Cool Down (7:15-7:25) * One minute light jog * Small static stretches * Finish with another jog ...read more.

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