Speed is significant in hockey, yet again and again players consider speed to be just going straight down the ice. In hockey you must be quick in numerous territories. We need speed in quickening, hybrids, parallel speed, halting, turning and changes. As should be obvious, there are numerous zones of your game that you can chip away at, and in this video I show you 5 bores that will enable you to improve your increasing speed on the ice.
Before we can get into the drills, it’s critical to see how the edges work. As I clarified in the forward walk video the walk develops as speed increments. The initial couple of pushes are behind the body, yet as speed increment the point of the sharp edge and edge of the push changes. When quickening you need your cutting edge to be turned so you can grasp the ice and take full advantage of each push
Speeding up DRILLS
We begin with this basic drill to become acclimated to having the body and skate edge in the correct position for most extreme power. Push and after that perceive to what extent you can skim. This additionally takes a shot at equalization
T Start with a stop
With this drill we are likewise taking a shot at our hockey stops, enormous push, short skim, at that point stop
This drill powers the players to turn their feet, get low, utilize their edges, and have a snappy recuperation. These are for the most part significant for good quickening
This drill gives opposition. The heaviness of the net powers you to truly delve in with your edges.
This is an extraordinary drill that repeats game circumstances. In a game most players don’t quit moving, so we have to work on quickening from a float.
We don’t generally quicken straight advances, a great deal of speeding up happens along the side, so in this drill we chip away at our hybrid begins.