Minnesota Hockey Journal

December 2018

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D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 8 | M H J ON L I N E . C O M 09 HOCKEY SHOT TIP OF THE MONTH We like to think of Coach Jeremy's Skills Series as building blocks to the component of a great shot. There are many components that go into a good shot, so you need a good foundation of building blocks so that you can practice all your skills and take them to the ice. The building block Jeremey is sharing today will help with your shot. The best way to do this is to isolate your upper body to see how much power you have. How do you remove your legs from a shooting drill you might ask? Simple, you kneel! You can practice your shot from kneel- ing on either 1 or 2 knees, or sitting on something, depending on your size. Using only your upper body without relying on weight transfer you can test your hockey strength and pay attention to how you get power in your shot. This drill helps you improve how much power you shoot with and challenges your body to get a decent shot even when you aren't lined up in the perfect situation. As your skill improves so will your power. For more Tips & Tricks, be sure to visit HOCKEYSHOT.COM for all your hockey training needs. A D V E R TO R I A L | by Jeremy Rupke Shot Power & Release From Your Knees

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