December Hockey 2020
Dan Selin, the area’s most senior skills instructor has created the ONLY Hockey Skill Development Plan based on science. Dan teaches players the life-long skills of mastering the game of hockey through his new book–one totally based on scientific principles. He has consulted with professionals who stand by his teaching methods, supported in the fields of
neuroscience, physiology, psychology, kinesiology, and biology–all required for the body’s muscular and skeletal movements to train skating, stickhandling, shooting, passing, and head-positioning skills.
Just as other individuals have to constantly train to remain at the top in their sport (figure skaters, gymnasts, golfers, ball players, etc), a hockey player’s brain and body need to be constantly and consistently trained to develop muscle-memory behaviour patterns–automatic movements used while training and playing to master the one-on-one, one-on-two, and one-on-three battles.
• 37 stickhandling skill patterns
• 9 passing skill patterns
• 9 shooting skill patterns
• 5 head positions
Players don’t train where concussions happen. There is no complete scientific plan to train head-up/chin-up head positions (5 different head positions and thousands of head, eye, skate and stick skill executions)