"Hockey - First Steps for Kids" deals with training the youngest of ice hockey players - the 6-8 year olds. The development of ice hockey ability and skills is described systematically and in keeping with the child's age.
After learning the correct ice-skating technique from the book "Hockey - The Basics" the emphasis is now on the development of the individual game skills and game combinations. All areas, for example the attack and defense, passing, puck handling, as well as the breakaway, amongst many, are covered both in theory as well as in practice. Numerous training units, which contain many practical exercises, serve as a basis for training.
All trainers and sports instructors, who are active in the field of teaching children, will find a comprehensive guide here on how to structure the training successfully, according to age.