The Goaltender will start in the same stationary format and on your signal set backward motion into play. When the energy created in the stationary activity is released into backward motion pressure on the upper body, arms and stick to maintain structural disciplines will be visible.
Also identifiable is whether one leg or the other is causing a line diversion. In other words the goalie is drifting left or right and going straight back.
(there will be a video for this – illustrative and verbal)
- The goaltender will assume a ready position. Place the puck in front of the stick blade about half a puck length from the stick or closer without touching the stick.
- Using the command “START YOUR ENGINES“ the goaltender will commence building up snow.
- On the instructor’s command the goaltender will release the energy created using Left Power Leg Inside Edge Toe Work and begin backward motion and stop on your command.
- The instructor will assess and point out specific focuses for the goaltender understanding that the goaltender can focus on only one aspect of the execution.
- Repeat the process.