Session 1: The Hook Dribble

Rating: 4
from 12 members ratings

Indoor Hockey may not have been around as long as Field Hockey, developed in Germany during the 1950s, but since its conception it has grown in popularity around the world - particularly as a result of the fast, highly-skilled and physical nature of the game, as well as the convenience of having an indoor variation (for when it's too hot or too cold outside to play).

What's in this taster session?

To get your players sending their opposition the wrong way, with a skillful dribble and clever use of the boards this Indoor session (taken from our Indoor Hockey Training Program) works on your players' hook dribbling skills, switching the ball from the left side to right, with and without the boards.

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Over the course of this 8 week indoor programme you will cover the following skills with your players:

  • Using the Boards in a 2 vs 1, Rotations for Forwards, Fast Plays, Overloads and Defending and Pressing... plus much more

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Session Ratings: 12 ratings with 6 comments (see below)
Session Comments:
Session 1: The Hook Dribble
Nicola King
England Nicola King
Date:
Rating:4
Comment:
good quick passing ideas
Session 1: The Hook Dribble
welshy221
England welshy221
Date:
Rating:3
Comment:
not applicaple as do not teach or coach at high level
Session 1: The Hook Dribble
Michelle Tiani
United States of America Michelle Tiani
Date:
Rating:2
Comment:
not helpful for my age group
Session 1: The Hook Dribble
Marcus Hoare
England Marcus Hoare
Date:
Rating:4
Comment:
Worked well, and a good one for involving your keeper for some 1-on-1 practice too
Session 1: The Hook Dribble
Lawrence Murphy
Northern Ireland Lawrence Murphy
Date:
Rating:3
Comment:
an indoor/outdoor session for a junior squad passing to attack goal movement to receive ball yes would be a good session 6v6 game to finish
Session 1: The Hook Dribble
Greg Forster
Scotland Greg Forster
Date:
Rating:4
Comment:
This drill was suitable for my U14 and fill 1st XI squads. Added a chasing defender to change it up a bit.

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