MOST STUDENTS GO TO ‘PRACTICE’ BUT DON’T UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY ARE TRYING TO GET OUT OF THAT ‘PRACTICE’
Acknowledging that hard work can get results is important but encouraging that the ‘hard’ work has to be applied according to a training objective, is even more important.
For improvement to occur, a student must approach training with a mindset that every drill has a purpose and to focus on what they are trying to get out of that drill.
Our ‘deliberate training method’ strategy establishes the drill objective and provides the effective communication of an experienced instructor that will guide the student to continuously make correct adjustments.
The ‘practice’ purpose of what a student is getting from every drill, along with the constructive feedback of an experienced instructor, is critical to guiding the student’s ability to learn. This ‘deliberate training method’ strategy will build the required mental image of the skill and promote a more directed focus when training.
Is your training approach getting what you need from your practice?
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Maurice (MOE) Tanel is the Program Director of TEAM Shutout Goalie School.
For further information on this or any other questions you may have please feel free to contact him by email at [email protected]