Playbook Preview

Coaches' Corner, Defensive Zone, Neutral Zone, Offensive Zone, Philosophy, Special Teams, Team Strategy, Team Systems, Useful Products
A sneak peek inside our hockey playbook and instructions on how to save 50% (today only!) UPDATE: THE CYBER MONDAY SALE IS OVER, BUT YOU CAN STILL SAVE $10 BY BECOMING A "FAN" ON FACEBOOK. HERE'S THE LINK: Weiss Tech Hockey on Facebook Over the past few weeks I've had a couple of people ask if they could see a "sample" of what's inside the hockey playbook before buying. So I thought I'd take the opportunity to close out our four day "Black Friday" to "Cyber Monday" sale by showing you what's inside the playbook, while answering a few other questions as well!! As you've probably noticed, our half off sale ends tonight (Cyber Monday) at midnight eastern time. Click Here to purchase your playbook at half price (make sure…
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Summer Hockey Strategy

Coaches' Corner, Off-ice Training, Philosophy
How to Plan Your Summer Hockey Activities I am often asked what a player should do to make the most of his or her off season. This can be a tough question, because the answer usually varies from player to player. However, despite the many possible "correct answers," there are five main objectives that I think should be staples for any player looking to improve this summer––regardless of age or skill-level: Improve physical performance: The off-season is the time to develop your speed, strength, and size. During the summer months, this should be the primary focus for serious hockey players. Enormous gains can be made by consistently working out in a structured, hockey-specific, strength and conditioning program. Improve technical hockey skills (on-ice): Hockey players should take the time to develop…
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Motivate Players with Hockey Shooting Drills

Coaches' Corner, Philosophy
During the course of a practice, it is not uncommon for players to get uninterested and become detached, especially at younger ages while working on boring skills like technical skating. Adding Hockey Shooting Drills into the mix is a wonderful way to liven up your practice and keep your players motivated and up beat. High tempo shooting drills can also help spark some competition and mentally rejuvenate your players during longer practices. When working with Hockey Shooting Drills, I try to implement a few key points that help my players to get the most benefit possible: 1. Make sure your players keep their feet in motion while shooting, this is called shooting in stride. Many players slow down and glide just before shooting, not only does this affirm to the…
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