Field hockey playbook shooting on goal

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Field hockey playbook shooting on goal

  1. 1. Field Hockey PlaybookShooting on goal frontsticksDerek E. Pappas
  2. 2. Everything is in plane This is how you hit a hockey ball! Notice the position of the ball between the feet. The right elbow is tucked in The grip is correct-v’s pointing at right chin if at address Left leg bent over left foot Hips turning Bent at waist Shoulders have not released too soonDerek E. Pappas Copyright © 2010
  3. 3. But there is a problem The player has pushed off of the right foot too quickly This will result in a reverse weight shift and the player will hit the ball off of their right foot and swing the stick to the left. The right knee needs to bend into the ball as well.Derek E. Pappas Copyright © 2010
  4. 4. Right foot sliding behind leftDerek E. Pappas Copyright © 2010
  5. 5. Stick below right shoulderon downswing This forces hands to roll inside in the impact area.Derek E. Pappas Copyright © 2010
  6. 6. Flying right elbow Bad take away Stick below right shoulder on down swing Right foot sliding behind left at impact.Derek E. Pappas Copyright © 2010
  7. 7. Weight on right foot/sidewhen shooting off of left foot Can’t fully release through the ball Player spins out fo the shotDerek E. Pappas Copyright © 2010
  8. 8. “Tee” (position) the ball whenyou are about to shoot Position the ball in the correct position relative to the foot you will shoot off of This only works if you have time and space This can be used in the mid field and the backDerek E. Pappas Copyright © 2010
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  12. 12. Baseball gripResults in a flying rightelbow and the weightont eh right side insteadof the center of gravityduring impactDerek E. Pappas Copyright © 2010
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