This is a simple passing and catching drill we have been using with our boys’ and girls’ teams for years. It’s not fancy or modern, but it’s great at maximizing touches for building stick skills and muscle memory!
If you look at it, especially if you are coaching beginners, turnovers in the offensive end are the #1 cause of goals scored against your team. Use these simple practice and game tips to keep the ball in your sticks!
Check out this super simple warm-up drill the Pros use to get their sticks and feet moving at the beginning of practice to work on clearing, fundamental stick skills, and shooting all at the same time!
This is another modern take on the classic 3-Man Weave that uses "Ball Reversals" to confuse the defense, almost like a hand-off pass in basketball.
This is a different version of the classic 3-Man Weave. Use this drill to teach your players how to time and use the Pick & Roll, plus practice basic stick skills and get some conditioning all at the same time!
This is a popular drill you might recognize from basketball. Coaches have used it for decades to develop stick skills plus keep all their players' feet moving!
Use this simple long passing drill to practice those critical Clearing passes with your Defenders that move the ball down the field to your offense so your team gets tons of scoring opportunities!
Teach your players to get the best scoring opportunities by getting to the best shooting positions on the field- right in front of the goal!
Another super simple stick skill drill to practice passing and catching with your beginning players to maximize reps and touches, plus get in some conditioning work at the same time!
Use this classic stick skill drill to practice passing and catching with beginning players to maximize reps and touches on the ball, plus get in some conditioning work at the same time!
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