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What is the trick to learning how to aim?
True or False – Pointing the butt end helps us aim because the head of the stick will rotate through to where the butt end is pointed.
Select the shot types that pointing the butt end works with.
Where should our chest be pointed as we release the ball on traditional shots like overhand, underhand, sidearm?
Why do we want to make sure that we follow through on shots?
What parts of the field do we want to aim for to ensure that the goalie is forced to make a save?
What is a phrase to help players aim?
Why do we want players to shoot overhand?
What is the benefit of shooting with tennis balls?
Why don’t players need to send their arms back or use a shoulder turn when shooting inside?
Where should players keep their stick when they are finishing inside?
When players are shooting inside, where should their bottom hand finish?
ShoIT – When players shoot in tight, where should the top hand end?
If players shoot in tight without throwing a fake, where should they shoot?
Why should players shoot low inside if their not going to throw fakes?
Why should players keep their butt end pointed at the goal when they throw goalie fakes inside?
When a player sends their hands back to shoot with time and room, how high should the head of their stick be?
When players shoot overhand, what numbers on a clock do we reference to help them visualize their stick path?
Why should we drill players on aiming with their stick on their collar bone, both feet pointed at the goal, and then have them send their hands back and turn their body to load their shot?
When players wind up to shoot with time and room normally, feet and chest pointed 90 degrees away from the goal, what verbal cue should we give for where they should get their hands?
What footwork should we teach players to help them generate momentum moving toward the goal before they shoot?
Do we want players to step out as far as they can as they shoot with time and room?
What is the issue with teaching the same footwork as time and room shooting, Stepping to the target, when we are teaching shooting on the run?
If we are running across the face of the goal, what can we do to turn our body so our shoulders are square to the goal?
What can be a draw back of turning away from the goal before exploding through our shot?
What other type of shot mimics the technique of shooting on the run and can be used to give players a feel of the footwork?