Re: Running An Inline Camp/Clinic
Whenever I run my clinics I start with the basics and have two plans to see how the group responds...one would be more basics and the other would be drills that you could skate, pass and shoot or more advanced stuff, but I always focus on progression...get one thing down and then build on it - if you have an even amount of players you can play a game incorparating your skills or have a race - for the younger kids, they have shorter attention spans, so every 5 minutes you need to remind of something that might happen after the drill, like a game, to keep them into it
Here are my basics:
The first few minutes would be skating (forward skating, transistions and turns and maybe backwards if they are beginners)
Next, basic stick handling into skating with the puck around either their own gloves or cones and then passing drills, just stick handle before you make the passes
Next would be stick handling into shooting (wrister and snap shots then slappers)
Then see if you can put it all together with drills near the net - two lines about 5-8 feet apart for shorter passes and close enough so that you know they cant miss the net unless they were TJ PLAUGHER....
Ill make the trip down if you need help...I love road trips
Hope this helps - Good Luck
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