Pavlov A.S., PhD, senior methodist of Hockey School CSKA;
lecturer of Russian State University of Physical Education, Sports, Youth and Tourism (SCOLIPE)
Deev A.Y., director of Hockey School CSKA
Petrov A.A., lecturer of Russian State University of Physical Education, Sports, Youth and Tourism (SCOLIPE);
video coach of National Women Ice Hockey Team of Russia
Abstract. The article discusses the problems of off-ice training’s specificity in ice hockey. It is stated that an emphasis on the specifics of the sport will increase the effectiveness of training in general and eliminate the technical shortcomings of each individual hockey player.
Keywords: ice hockey, off-ice training, specificity of training.
Introduction. In ice hockey for several decades now, great emphasis has been placed on the training of hockey player’s off-ice, the so-called general physical training . The importance of training sessions «on the ground» in terms of preparing a high-class hockey player is unreasonably brought to the fore as the basis for the formation of specific ice skills. In other words, the opinion that a poor shot by a hockey player is a sign of poorly developed muscles of the upper body, and in no case a sign of weak technical training, which means elementary inability of the hockey player to properly perform the corresponding shooting movement. Продолжить чтение
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