Winning Roller Hockey

Winning Roller Hockey

Techniquies, Tactics, Training

Book - 1997
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The fast-growing sport of roller hockey is here to stay. And now there`s a book to give you an edge on the competition. > Winning Roller Hockey> covers all the fundamentals of the sport and more.The book begins by explaining what it takes to be successful and how to stay injury-free in this fast-paced and physical game. Chapters on equipment selection, conditioning, and safety help ensure that the season gets off to a successful start.Authors Dave Easter, who coached the `96 Men`s Canadian National Team to two silver medals and the junior team to a gold medal in the World Championships, and Vern Stenlund, one of the world`s leading hockey instructors, present a complete instructional resource for players and coaches. In separate chapters they focus on developing a specific skill or game strategy, while providing a selction of progressive drills to promote learning at practice and performance in games. Easter and Stenlund end the book with a chapter of insider tips-secrets they`ve found most important to success in roller hockey competition.The endorsement by Huron Hockey School, one of the most respected international instructional organizations in ice and roller hockey, confirms the book`s quality of information. > Winning Roller Hockey> is the best guide to being your best in this fun and challenging game.
Publisher: Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, c1997.
ISBN: 9780880116572
0880116579
Branch Call Number: 796.962 EAS
Characteristics: vii, 215 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Stenlund, K. Vern

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