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Overview of how to plan and execute successful practices. Particular attention is paid to maximizing repetition and instruction while avoiding long lines

Overview of how to plan and execute successful practices. Particular attention is paid to maximizing repetition and instruction while avoiding long lines

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  • Planning & Executing Successful Practices
  • Ice is precious
  • What are our objectives?
  • 1.Maximize Learning 2.Maximize Repetitions 3.Promote “Inner Fire”
  • How do we measure success?
  • • How much time did each player receive instruction as a group? • How much individual instruction / encouragement / correction time did each player receive?
  • • How many repetitions did each player get per drill? • How much time did each player spend “in motion?”
  • • What percentage of drills required decision making by the player? • What percentage of drills included competition?
  • An example
  • • 12 players in line • 10 minutes to run drill • 10 seconds per “rep” • 2 minutes to run through everyone • 0:50 “in motion” 9:10 standing in line
  • • 3 players in line • 5 minutes to run drill • 10 seconds per “rep” • 40 seconds to run through everyone • 1:15 “in motion” 3:45 standing in line
  • Question #1 What can we remove from the (on-ice) practice plan?
  • • Introduction of skills, tactics and systems • Group instruction • Review practice plan • Puck Handling / Passing / Shooting Reps • Conditioning • Warm Up / Cool Down