Do you have a dedicated area to practice floorball at home? If you have a floorball skill zone, area or pad, Then I think the book / eBook Train Floorball at Home is definitely something for you, get 100:s of different floorball drills to do at home on your floorball skill zone and other floorball training related tips.
Train floorball at home, is a floorball drill book, mainly for floorball players and their parents, but it’s also a great source of small drills for floorball coaches to be used on e.g. different stations during a floorball practice:
What is required to succeed in floorball? – Shooting drills – Shooting drills with obstacles – Skill tracks – Stickhandling and fakes on a small surface – Drills with a ball passer – Skill drills with jumps and steps – Odd shots, fakes and other training tips – Physical and coordination training at home.
With a high speed connection in the heads of your floorball players heads, the information processing and switching between tasks will be smooth and flawless, resulting in improved individual floorball skills as well as how the team plays together.
This is exactly the purpose of this book, Training Tomorrows Floorball Players, to give you the understanding, tools and methods to increase the “bandwidth”, with nonlinear or multidimensional floorball drills and coaching for all of your players. The key is to increase the challenge all the time for all of your players, otherwise the development curve will flat out, if you don’t push it further. Let’s push it further together!
Floorball practices and drills is a book for floorball coaches, containing, floorball drills, teambuilding exercises, leadership and physical training. The floorball drills are drawn, to be used on different parts or in different sizes of the training area (full rink or as a small station), with an explanation to each drill.
The book Training Tomorrows Floorball Players, take a look into the evolution of the floorball players mind and capacity, connecting it to the world they are facing today and how it affects the floorball practices and floorball drills, or at least should, if we are not stuck in old patterns as floorball coaches?