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09-10-2005, 11:13 PM
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Seth Lake
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Here is a good site with over 50 drills for all ages and skill abilities. Some of the drills might be advanced, but you can pair them down into the basics as needed.

http://www.whockey.com/work/cirsa/drillbook/

Personally, I would stick with the fundamentals and really work on skill development, concentrating particularly on skating (the foundation for everything), stickhandling, and passing. At the end of practice (as they progress), you should think about having some relay races using obstacle courses (cones). Nothing too elaborate, but the races give the players some competition, while also reinforcing the skills learned at a higher level of speed.

Stopping on inline skates is a particularly tricky endeavor for many new inline players. Make sure to spend time working on stopping/maintaining control on skates.

Good luck with your program.


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