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The on-ice conditioning drills included in this chapter are specific to the training of the three energy systems used to move the body in ice hockey: anaerobic alactic, anaerobic lactic, and aerobic.
Janet Evans' Total Swimming
The benefits of swimming are numerous, significant, and undeniable.
Football Kicking and Punting eBook
From punting to the corner, to out of the end zone, situations and objectives differ when punting a football.
Triathlon 101 2nd Edition eBook
If you�ve only recently been bitten by the triathlon bug, the very first, most obvious symptom is an inexplicable need to visit the nearest bicycle shop.
Hockey Plays and Strategies eBook
Unlike other sports, in the game of hockey, players change on the fly roughly every 40 seconds.
Coaching Youth Basketball-5th Edition
Early-season practice sessions should establish that basketball is a fun game. Limit the time for each drill to 10 minutes or less. Try to keep players moving during drills and moving from one drill to another, allowing time for them to get a drink between drills.
Complete Wide Receiver
Catching the ball on the back hip is my favorite catching skill to drill because it happens so often. Every pass is not perfect; on a crossing route, when the receiver is running across the field on a dead run, the ball is often thrown behind him on his back hip.
Coaching Excellence eBook
Interceptive actions common in tasks such as cricket batting and playing tennis also emphasise the importance of practising the perceptual component in connection with the physical aspect of a skill.
Long-Term Athlete Development eBook
The LTAD model and philosophy acknowledge first that physical education, school sports, competitive sports, and recreational activities are mutually interdependent and contribute to the development of healthy, active kids.
Coaching Cross Country Successfully
The model of what a college program should look and feel like was all around me when I was at the University of Oregon. Motivation was simple.