DEVELOPMENT CAMP – DAY 2

LESSON PLAN PREVIEW




PART A

FOUNDATION SKATING


Watch the video several times with the intention of understanding the foundational skating drill patterns so you are better prepared for when you practice it on the ice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 5 – 10 minutes






PART B

FUNCATIONAL MOVEMENT


TECHNICAL SKILL
Butterfly Stance

CORE ELEMENT
Active Butterfly Base

 

PRACTICE OBJECTIVE

At Home:

To better understand the progressions, It is highly recommended that you set yourself up in a quiet place to watch the video several times.

Then, without distractions, close your eyes and mentally visualize yourself executing the progressions as shown in the video.

By visualizing each progression and the final collaborated sequence, you can prepare yourself to physically execute the movement patterns with confidence and bring more mental awareness when it comes time to practice the skill.

Estimated At Home Practice: 23 – 30 minutes

At Camp:

In a group format, you will be guided thru each skill piece progression and finishing off the Functional Movement drill with the ‘whole’ technical skill.

Being prepared with a good mental picture of the movement patterns will allow you to maximize the benefits of the physical practice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 5 – 10 minutes






PART C: DRILL CIRCUIT 1

Drill 1: Butterfly Glove/Blocker Save Technique


DRILL PACK
Save Selections

CORE ELEMENT
Soft & Stable Shoulders

SKILL FOCUS
Shift Torso Into The Line And Elevation of the Puck Flight While Reaching As Necessary With Soft Arms On Stable Shoulders

Watch the video several times with the intention of understanding what is involved in executing so you are better prepared for when you practice it on the ice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 6 – 12 minutes




Drill 2: Post Side RVH To Post Side RVH Slide


DRILL PACK
Down Low Transitions

CORE ELEMENT
Active Sliding Base

SKILL FOCUS
From 15 Degree Angle On Post, Transfer With Butterfly Slide From RVH And Land In RVH With Effective Hip Mobility

 

Watch the video several times with the intention of understanding what is involved in executing so you are better prepared for when you practice it on the ice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 6 – 12 minutes




Drill 3a: Dynamic Transitional Movement


BASELINE PERFORMANCE FOCUS
Executed at ‘Slow Flow Tempo’ (50% to 60% Speed) with a focus on mindfully executing the skill keys when dynamically transitioning thru each technical movement into position

NOTE: Tempo, technical skills and transitions can be adjusted according to the student’s training profile.

Watch the video several times with the intention of understanding what is involved in executing so you are better prepared for when you practice it on the ice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 6 – 12 minutes




Drill 3b: Dynamic Transitional Movement


BASELINE PERFORMANCE FOCUS
Executed at ‘Threshold Edge Tempo’ (80% Speed) that pushes explosive acceleration and transitional agility while maintaining functional efficiency when transitioning thru the movement patterns
 into position and ready to read, recognize and react

NOTE: Tempo, technical skills and transitions can be adjusted according to the student’s training profile.

Watch the video several times with the intention of understanding what is involved in executing so you are better prepared for when you practice it on the ice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 6 – 12 minutes






PART D

FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT


TECHNICAL SKILL
High Crouch Stance

CORE ELEMENT
Active Standing Base

 

PRACTICE OBJECTIVE

At Home:

To better understand the progressions, It is highly recommended that you set yourself up in a quiet place to watch the video several times.

Then, without distractions, close your eyes and mentally visualize yourself executing the progressions as shown in the video.

By visualizing each progression and the final collaborated sequence, you can prepare yourself to physically execute the movement patterns with confidence and bring more mental awareness when it comes time to practice the skill.

Estimated At Home Practice: 23 – 30 minutes

At Camp:

In a group format, you will be guided thru each skill piece progression and finishing off the Functional Movement drill with the ‘whole’ technical skill.

Being prepared with a good mental picture of the movement patterns will allow you to maximize the benefits of the physical practice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 5 – 10 minutes






PART E: DRILL CIRCUIT 2

Drill 1: Butterfly Stick Save Technique


DRILL PACK
Save Selections

CORE ELEMENT
Active Butterfly Base

SKILL FOCUS

Execute A Controlled Transfer Into A +/- 45 Degree Butterly Flare and Maintain A Stable Butterfly Base That Supports A Balanced Torso while Executing Butterfly Stick Save

Watch the video several times with the intention of understanding what is involved in executing so you are better prepared for when you practice it on the ice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 6 – 12 minutes




Drill 2: Single Leg Recovery Technique


DRILL PACK
Down Low Transitions

CORE ELEMENT
Active Recovery Base

SKILL FOCUS
Land Butterfly in a +/- 45 Degree Flare and Ensure Foot Placement Recovery Leg To Support Upper Body When Pressing Down To Charge and Pushing Up Into T-Push

Watch the video several times with the intention of understanding what is involved in executing so you are better prepared for when you practice it on the ice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 6 – 12 minutes




Drill 3a: Dynamic Transitional Movement


BASELINE PERFORMANCE FOCUS
Executed at ‘Slow Flow Tempo’ (50% to 60% Speed) with a focus on mindfully executing the skill keys when dynamically transitioning thru each technical movement into position

NOTE: Tempo, technical skills and transitions can be adjusted according to the student’s training profile.

Watch the video several times with the intention of understanding what is involved in executing so you are better prepared for when you practice it on the ice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 6 – 12 minutes




Drill 3b: Dynamic Transitional Movement


BASELINE PERFORMANCE FOCUS
Executed at ‘Threshold Edge Tempo’ (80% Speed) that pushes explosive acceleration and transitional agility while maintaining functional efficiency when transitioning thru the movement patterns
 into position and ready to read, recognize and react

NOTE: Tempo, technical skills and transitions can be adjusted according to the student’s training profile.

Watch the video several times with the intention of understanding what is involved in executing so you are better prepared for when you practice it on the ice.

Estimated At Camp Practice: 6 – 12 minutes






A TOOLBOX FULL OF PRACTICE OPPORTUNITIES

NO ICE REQUIRED


This program provides the practice resources designed to function as a practice compliment to any goalie’s on-the-ice training.

An incredible advantage of the program is its ability to maximize practice time by providing the flexibility to schedule more goalie specific development into your weekly training schedule, any time you want, in any practice area of your own home or before you get on the ice at the rink.

Are you maximizing your practice time by putting in the focused practice needed to master your mechanics?

 

Bring more practice to your training schedule TODAY!