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Field Hockey eBook-2nd Edition

Field Hockey eBook-2nd Edition



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    Enter the game with confidence, knowing you’ve mastered the essentials. Field Hockey: Steps to Success combines a comprehensive, progressive approach with in-depth instruction, illustrations, and 86 drills.

    Master coach and field hockey legend Elizabeth Anders details the step-by-step program that will teach you how to develop these skills:

    • Score more goals by developing better shooting techniques.
    • Improve ball control and dribbling.
    • Establish solid passing and receiving skills.
    • Develop better footwork and balance for improved stick handling.
    • Employ attacking and defensive tactics.
    • Become a better goalkeeper through correct positioning and increased awareness in the net.

    Whether you are new to the sport or seeking new techniques to add to your arsenal, Field Hockey: Steps to Success—part of the popular Steps to Success Series that has sold more than 1.5 million copies—will help you improve every aspect of your game.


    Step 1: Balance and Footwork
    Step 2: Passing and Receiving
    Step 3: Controlling the Ball and Dribbling
    Step 4: Tackling
    Step 5:Shooting
    Step 6: Goalkeeping
    Step 7: Leading the Attack and Defense
    Step 8: Supporting the Lead Attacker
    Step 9: Supporting the Lead Defender
    Step 10: Organizing the Team’s System of Play
    Step 11: Functional Training