Drill Categories

Warm-up Games

Warm up games in hockey not only serve as an introduction to any good training, but they are essential to any practice session because they are a grea...

Drills

first touch to cone


One player passes the ball away from cone. Other player receive using first touch to move ball towards the cone then vice versa.

Full Court Press

The difference between the Full Press, which puts pressure on the specific areas on the pitch (wide areas in the opposition's 23m area) and the Ful...

Numbers Fitness

Teams of 3 - 4 players.

  • Each team numbers themselves 1-2-3-4 and has one ball.

The ball should be passed around the tea...

Receive and Dribble Fitness

Player without the ball receives the ball from one of the players and runs with it around the far cone and passes the ball back. He/she then receives...

Web Videos

How to get super fit for field hockey

How to plan your Field Hockey Fitness Workouts? Fitness training for Field Hockey is hard! As players we need to be good at a really wide range of ath...

Sessions

Bite size fitness session 4 | ...

Why not incorporate a fitness element to your training? Try this bite-size fitness session today. This session is available as part of an Interactive ...

Winning the ball to break!

Turned over the ball? No big deal! Produce a team that are ready to work twice as hard to win the ball back!

Bite Size Fitness 9

Don't miss this final 30 minute fitness session - Coach it as a whole or use it as a way to bring new ideas to your pre-match routines

Bite size fitness 8

Full pitch sprints and acceleration drills feature in this mini hockey-fitness session. Use this plan to add a fitness element to your training

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