We are inundated with drills from a host of sources. Leagues host drill exchanges. Coaches can access software that will provide them with more drills of every possible type than they will ever need. As tools, or learning opportunities, drills can serve a purpose. More importantly, however, is that using drills may be stultifying coaching creativity and not providing our young players with the kind of direction they should have. Then, there's the infernal whistle. In this episode, Richard and his guest host break this down and identify alternatives.
Books: "The Hockey Handbook" by Lloyd Percival, "How to play hockey" by Tom Watt, and "The Road to Olympus" by Anatoli Tarasov.
Videos: Funny Golf Tips by J.C. Anderson
Counting to 100 in French with NYC cabbie