Friday, February 15, 2013

In gibberish - but darn good Floorball gibberish





This is a clip with Oscar Lundin from Warberg - he is the individual coach for some of the best stars in Warberg. Many things of his ideas has been developed from individual goalie training as well as from ice hockey...

Here - we talk about some of the most advanced ideas for practice there is..

You do not have to know gibberish - to see how they dribble with two ball at the same time...
But if you know gibberish, you will also hear how they seriously discuss individual training programs for all players in the elite team.

The next thing they show is how to shoot - well not on a fixed ball or a ball that you control - you shoot on a ball that you do not know where it comes from...

Then as you get a pass - well you must stand on one leg - this to simulate less control - and in this way increase the control by doing the one leg thing as a practice thing as they shoot directly.

Intensity and Quality is lead words in this - and many moments are repeated six times at the highest level of intensity.
To analyse the slapshot Mr. Lundin use an I-pad and the app "coaches eye" - a tool he say is incredible good... this tool reveals the weight distribution, stick angle and where the blade of the stick hit the floor as in relation to the foot (there is another video too from Mr. Larnoe and KH that in detail let Mr. Lundin examine his slapshot)

At the end of this clip it is also revealed that 90% of all goalies has one main problem - they normally do a reflective stir - before they even try to save the shot and this is something that delays them..

Our conclusion?
Heck - if you do field Hockey - or Ice Hockey - or why not Lacrosse - or Soccer ...
If you own coach is not working at this level ....
Well, after seeing this I would have switched sport right away and aimed for the future instead...
;-D

Credits to Larnoe, Klubbhuset, Warberg IC and the others mentioned in this video
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Caution

Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!