Discover the different articles on hockey!

Browse through our various tips, information, and learnings about the world of hockey. Whether you are a player, a coach or a club, be inspired by our articles and expand your personal knowledge.

The Flick
Technical

The Flick

The flick is an aerial pass movement. Depending on technical mastery and strength, it can cover short, medium and long distances.

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The Sleep
Technical

The Sleep

The Sleep (or Dragflick), is a shot on goal movement similar to the push. It is notably used on the Penalty Corner (PC) phases. It can also be used as a pass.

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The Flat
Technical

The Flat

The Flat is a passing movement designed to cover medium and long distances with great precision. It consists of a large, low motion to hit the ball.

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The Push
Technical

The Push

The push consists of pushing the ball to make a pass or score on goal. It is the most common movement for short and medium distances, in all game contexts.

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The Hit
Technical

The Hit

The hit is an offensive movement designed to score on goal. With experience, it can also be used as a passing technique.

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The structure of a training
Technical

The Blocktackle

Blocktackle is a defence technique. It consists of putting the stick on the ground to “pick up” the opponent’s ball. Precision in defense timing is important for good execution.

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The structure of a training
Club | Trainer

Compose the structure of his training

It is important to keep a similar structure for all the training sessions of the season. At Gofox we prefer a simple structure composed of a warm-up, the training body (several exercises), and an end of training (endgame).

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Explaining an exercise to young people
Club | Trainer

How do you explain an exercise to young players?

The explanation of an exercise is an important point above all for the players. It should include several parts such as the link with the match, the explanation, and the example. The explanation should be short and precise to allow the players to quickly get started with the exercise.

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