Motor Skills in Ice Hockey

AFTER COMPLETING THIS COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO

Define what motor skills are, what is the division of motor skills from the sport performance structure point of view and from a motor and functional point of view. The trainer will be able to explain the widespread knowledge of strength, speed, endurance and coordination. Motor skills form the basis for creating a training program and determine the area of special and general diagnostics of the player. They are the base stone of the general and special activity of the ice hockey trainer.


COURSE:  FS012

SPONSOR

Milan Kabát

LECTURER

Milan Kabát

LANGUAGE

EN  RU  SK

DURATION (TIME)

1,5 hours

PLACE

Conference room

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WHO THE COURSE IS FOR

Hockey Coaches

REQUIRED SKILLS

Practical experience in sport training, to know the basic division of motion skills - fitness and coordination skills

COURSE OUTLINE
  • Structure of motion skills
  • Division of coordination / condition / strength / speed / endurance capabilities
  • Application in the training process
PREVIOUS COURSES
FS001
Fusion Skating Skatemill 
FS001a
Theory of skating  
FS001b
Systematics of skating on HST  
FS001c
Methodics of skating on HST  
FS001d
Recording video on Hockey Skatemill 
FS007
Increasing complexity of game activities of an individual  
FS008
Skating and increasing complexity 
FS009
Condition skating 
FS010
Creation of training to practice technical skills and condition 
FS011
Creating a training plan to practice technical skills and condition 
TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT

Computer, projector


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