Fieldhockeytube online coaching videos

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    Fieldhockeytube (FHT) FHF Starter

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    I am from fieldhockeytube on YouTube and we make lots of field hockey videos, including tutorials and trainings you can do at home.

    Aerial skills training:



    Ball control training:

     
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    Fieldhockeytube (FHT) FHF Starter

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    Feel free to request a coaching/tutorial video we should do next.
     
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    the spin right to left would be great, struggling to master it :D
     
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    Thanks for the request, we will definitely make one
     
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    3D skills?
     
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    Good umpiring
     
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    We have a new online field hockey tutorial on how to spin in field hockey. You can go check it out on our YouTube channel.

     
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    sammzib FHF Legend

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    from what i've been told by club members, spinning left to right like that would be classed as a stick block

    perhaps @redumpire can help out here
     
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    It could be... but it depends on a number of factors. It's not automatically stick obstruction.
     
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    Good to know, what would cause it to become an obstruction? Or be interpreted as one?
     
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    Honestly I think it would depend on the level you are playing at, and the standard of umpiring.
     
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    sanabas FHF All Time Great

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    Say you see defender in front, and so go into spin like that. Defender knows that's your go-to option, and puts their stick flat near where you finish that spin, and you spin right into it. Basically, if your spinning stick knocks away the stick of a tackler, you probably should get pinged for it.
     
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    I would agree with that
     
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    ...Or if your stick comes away from the ball at any point during the spin and stops a defender tackling. You could also obstruct with your body if you get the timing wrong.
     
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    I agree this is fantastic skill to have and we do teach as Coaches, but there is such a fine night room for error, I often say to my players until you have it almost perfect don't use it in games.
     
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