Improving as an adult player?
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02-21-2009, 11:17 PM
Join Date: Aug 2008
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Hey everyone, since the end of my high school hockey career years ago, I have never participated in a real "practice," which is a shame because I feel like my skills have leveled off.
For all you rec league and pick-up players, how do you continue to improve without formal practices where you can get lots of repetitions of an individual skill?
I try to utilize stick-n-puck and pick-up sessions, but it's not that easy to practice the same hockey situation over and over. It's especially hard to get better at shooting since you need to work with a goalie.
Ideally, I'd like my game to improve every season, from the intangibles to the bottom-line stats. Shouldn't we all expect that?
if ur not in the gym...get there quick...you probably know how to practice for hockey...maybe some dryland training as well
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