Friday, June 14, 2013

Coach Bonelli takes the lead in USA, n' LTAD n' Hockey

Gfloorball makes a difference and post a new post on How Hockey can benefit from Floorball.

Nota Bene! Not Floor Hockey, Ball Hockey, Street or Knee Hockey! THIS IS FLOORBALL the modern way to build skills, vision and speed. - the modern way to hit a "puck sized ball" that runs away fast on the floor and wow players gets decent exercise at the same time too, ;-D


Why are you so slow to accept the fastest growing team sport in the world?  Maybe because you don’t know about it.  I want to introduce you to the sport of Floorball and I hope that you will follow the links to videos, articles and news about this sport.  Floorball is revolutionizing the goals of ice hockey coaches for more LTAD, cross over “hockey activities” and generally other ways for us to attract more players to ice hockey.

As Floorball gains momentum throughout the world the US still has not embraced this activity for our player’s development.  I encourage you to review this email, watch some of the action and visit the Generation Floorball site to help you find out more on how you can give YOUR players the competitive edge when it comes to developing their skills.

As an ice hockey coach for more than 25 years, a program developer, team builder and organizational leader I feel that Floorball will become the biggest attractor to new hockey players than any other activity.  In addition to growing hockey, Floorball will help players with puck handling skills, agility, transition, hand/eye coordination, passing, etc…  It truly is an activity that we can use to help our players develop their complete game.

We are lucky here in the NY Metro area because we have already seen this development and have a program and plan in place throughGeneration Floorball to put Floorball sticks in the hands of every youth player in the tri state area.  If you want your players to have the competitive advantage, grow more passion for the game and have a chance to train like the best European players, than contact these guys for information on their starter packages, clinic programs and informational seminars.


Full text with many cool links (that we have already posted here too = ;-D)
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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!