The Official Coaching Resource Thread

Discussion in 'Training Tips & Coaching' started by steve, Apr 9, 2006.

  1. steve

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    Welcome, this post has all the coaching tools you need to have. If you have more templates please add them on this thread.

    Indoor Coaching

    <a href="http://www.fieldhockeyforum.com/coaching/formationsindoor.ppt">Indoor Formations by Rudiger Hanel</a>
    For anyone of you who don't know Rudiger, he is an FIH Master Coach and probably the best Indoor Coach ever. He made this great presentation for the FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup Coaching Course. I personally believe its one of the best presentations of indoor hockey formations, it's very detailed and to the point.

    <a href="http://89.190.211.132/Hockey_Stuff/steve/FIH Coaching Course 2003/boards.doc">Using Boards</a>
    A good training sheet from an FIH Indoor Coaching Course based only on how to use boards.

    <a href="http://89.190.211.132/Hockey_Stuff/steve/FIH Coaching Course 2003/flicking.ppt">Flicking</a>
    PowerPoint Presentation on how to flick properly. Very detailed explanation!

    <a href="http://89.190.211.132/Hockey_Stuff/steve/FIH Coaching Course 2003/indoorhockey.ppt">Indoor Hockey</a>
    PowerPoint presentation on general information about indoor hockey.

    <a href="http://89.190.211.132/Hockey_Stuff/steve/FIH Coaching Course 2003/positioning.pptt">Positioning</a>
    PowerPoint presentation on positioning information on indoor hockey.

    <a href="http://89.190.211.132/Hockey_Stuff/steve/FIH Coaching Course 2003/positioning.pptt">Strategy</a>
    PowerPoint presentation on strategy information on indoor hockey.

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    Coaching Templates

    <a href="http://www.fieldhockeyforum.com/cr/fullpitch.pdf">Full Pitch Template</a>
    A great coaching tool from England Hockey. If you don't want to user your beloved white board this is the sheet you are going to use the most. Simple but very effective!

    <a href="http://www.fieldhockeyforum.com/cr/half_pitch.pdf">Half Pitch Template</a>
    Same as above but this time as Half Pitch

    <a href="http://www.englandhockey.co.uk/core_files/fileDownload(54).pdf">Match Analysis Template</a>
    Very simple template which let's you write notes easily and in a very quick way. Ideal for coaches who like to write points during matches.

    <a href="http://www.fieldhockeyforum.com/cr/Penalty_Corners_template.pdf">Penalty Corners Template</a>
    One of the most used templates ever. Easy to draw Penalty Corner setups of offensive andj diffensive play.

    <a href="http://www.fieldhockeyforum.com/cr/teamsheet.pdf">England Hockey Team Sheet</a>
    Not very useful outside England but its good to have. Most Association have their own Team Sheet.

    <a href="http://www.fieldhockeyforum.com/cr/Playerassesment.pdf">Player Assesment Template</a>
    Very important sheet for those who want to track their player's improvements.

    <a href="http://www.englandhockey.co.uk/core_files/fileDownload(57).pdf">Playing Skills Inventory</a>
    This inventroy is designed to allow you to rate the listed skills as you see yourself performing them in match situation. To be filled by player.

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    Skills

    <a href="ftp://89.190.211.132/steve/Bild/">Skills Step by Step Photos</a>
    These files were produced by Bernard Peters. Adobe Acrobat Reader needed
     
  2. Internationalwombat

    Internationalwombat FHF Newbie

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    i have tried to open your power points and have a look but they wont open - any ideas ??
     
  3. Will

    Will FHF Regular Player

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    i had the same problem. seemed that the files didn't exist anymore or something, all that I was getting was empty power point documents.
     
  4. teoloh

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    Dear All,

    The Hockey New Zealand website under the Coaching Section has all the FIH Master Coach papers presented at the 2006 Monchengladbach World Cup. Just go there and download all the papers. Some are excellent and some not so good, especially
    those from non-English background tend to have their message lost in the translation.

    Kind Regards,

    T Loh
     
  5. OAP

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    Hi As well as being an excellent indoor coach i have been to a development course and a high performance course with Rudi. He is excellent a mine of information and if you need help with tours to Germany he will assist by putting you in touch with all the right people and at the right level for your club.
    Hope you all get the presintations open. If you get the chance see him at work on the pitch. A star.

    OAP
     
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    Craggsy Beikou Hockey founder
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    Nice to have an ex-Olympian on the forum, good website as well.
     
  8. The.Rampage.Rado

    The.Rampage.Rado FHF All Time Great

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    Sorry guys I saw the topic just now... The IP where Steve placed the stuff is no more mine - so you can find those files right here: ftp://78.90.87.145/ or on mine site www.rampagehockey.eu under Others! Cheers!
     
  9. siebz

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    Hey Steve, thanks for the new posts mate but i am having problems trying to open most of them, any help?
     
  10. Equasian

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    I cant open them too? :angry: Are we supposed to press the link or save the link? I really want to learn about the flicking... :(
     
  11. Mindi

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    If anyone finds away or the link to the video can you post it
     
  12. Hardcore Hockey

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    Here are some more templates which coaches might find useful, all are available for free on our website (join as a basic member and you can then download them as a pdf and print/distribute as often as you like).

    http://www.hardcorehockey.co.uk/article/on-the-pitch/coaching-tools/free-hockey-templates

    Templates include -

    Full and Half pitch templates

    Match day team talk template

    Hockey match statistics template

    Team selection list templates for notice boards

    Opposition review sheets
     
  13. SeaBee

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    Anybody have access to a full pitch template that is NOT pdf? I need to put together some illustrative player positioning documents for my team and need an editable pitch template e.g. word, excel or publisher that I can draw very large grey boxes on :)
     
  14. Waqas Ghuman

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    This blogpost seems to be deleted now.
     
  15. Patrick121916

    Patrick121916 FHF Super Star

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    Well all the posts are from 2011-06 so they wouldn't be working.
     
  16. Waqas Ghuman

    Waqas Ghuman FHF Newbie

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    Hi Patrick. Yes I noticed but thought would give it a try anyway.
    Do you or anybody else happen to know any other useful resources?
     
  17. Patrick121916

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    Are you looking for coaching videos? If you are Ryde hockey coaching director on YouTube helps and Dwyer Online which you need to pay for then theres ATH also on YouTube.
     
  18. Patrick121916

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    I would rate the Dwyer Online highest(but you need to pay for packages). The Ryde hockey coaching director second and the ATH(bulldogsrock)last only because the video quality it's still good...you should look at at least the both the YouTube channels they both have different views.
     
  19. Mamun

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    Hi
    I need some defensive team tactics during baseline circle penetration. Any body can help me plz?
     
  20. Gourmetgoals

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    There is this posted elsewhere but worth a look.



    Focuses on individual tackling techniques on the baselines into the D.

    As for defensive team tactics, we're not taught any specific defensive tactics as a defending group, rather honing individual skills to help react to and minimise the effect of attacking play. So stuff like covering your feet, always taking ball carriers outside the D and constant communication and basic stuff like that. Stuff to get it out of the D is small area ball movement with free players in space with a particular emphasis on aiming to move the ball wide to the Ts of the 23m line and ensuring ball control at all times. Take no risks when you've got control of the ball.

    Others might have specific tactics as defenders inside the D that could comment, but as a defender we're reacting to play so would be interested if to know there is any specific tactics others know.
     

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