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Training to be the best
Training to be the best
Training to be the best
Training to be the best
Training to be the best
Training to be the best
Training to be the best
Training to be the best
Training to be the best
Training to be the best
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Training to be the best

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  • 1. Training to be the best
  • 2. Why? Improve as coaches Create intelligent players Be the most successful school in South Africa Produce world class players Bishops Single System
  • 3. Tell me and I will forget, Show me and I might remember, but Involve me and I will understand. Bishops Hockey Mantra
  • 4. Preparation Start Flow Finish 4 Stages of a training session
  • 5. Preparing is half the work Think carefully about the time you have on the field e.g. warm-up & conditioning (turf time vs clock) Warm-up Off field Mental preparation as well as physical Standard method Preparation
  • 6. Show & Go Place players on each cone Walk them through with a ball as you explain They don’t have to understand everything just the organisation Full Concentration (what’s happening in the background e.g. sun, weather, girls, builders, 1st XI training etc.) Starting
  • 7. Intensity Train at the level you expect to play in matches. Always have enough balls near you so the exercise doesn’t break down. Ball Contacts As high as possible. If there is a queue of more than 2 then its too many. Feedback stops Think about whether everyone needs to improve what you want to say or whether its just one and you can just take him aside. Minimise information you give, ensure its specific and concise. Avoid the pink elephant (always be positive). Flow
  • 8. Ball collection Central collection and count Positive feedback Off field Focus on positives Mention areas for improvement Finish
  • 9. Example 1 (Technical): 10m - Warm-up (before turf time). 10m - Stick & ball exercise. 15m (2x) - Team splits into two groups, one group does a match-play situation while the other does a technical exercise (groups switch). 20m - Match 6v6 (with focus from training). Example 2 (Tactical): 10m - Warm-up (before turf time). 10m - Stick & ball exercise. 12m (x2) - Train part of tactical pattern and complimentary technic (e.g. getting the ball into the circle & shooting at goal). 25m - Match (focus on whole of tactical pattern). What can training look like?
  • 10. Bishops Hockey Bible, Sports Session Planner (SSP), Bishops Hockey Website Other perspectives (teachers/trainers/coaches). Other Coaches: Vince Lombardi, Coach John Wooden. Educationalists: Daniel Coyle, Sir Tony Robinson, Keirsey, Tony Robbins. True Stories: Remember the Titans, Miracle, More than a Game etc. Tools you can use

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