A changing PC is the topic presented by Fede Tanuscio 🇦🇷 from The Hockey Sense. If you follow these guys you know you’re in for a treat of tactical insights very well illustrated with animations and annotated video. This Friday we’ll talk about building your practice session with a focus on PC’s not using the direct drag flick.
Fede Tanuscio & The Hockey Sense
Born in Argentina Fede Tanuscio came to Europe to become a pro hockey player and played for Argentina and in several top leagues across Europe. These days he is the technical director for Luxembourg.
Together with his friends Lucas Rey and Lucas Cammareri he co-founded The Hockey Sense. They combine their experiences as international players and coaches in different parts of the world for the joint study and analysis of modern field hockey with the same goal we have here #sharetheknowledge.
Changing the PC
PC’s or penalty corners are a distinguishing and unique element to our beloved sport. Every once in a while it’s questioned because of danger. However it is an element that makes our game of hockey special and should never be dropped if you ask me. But we’re a sport known for innovations and these are key moments in a game. Executing these succesfully… or not… often could mean the difference between a win and a loss. So we should not be afraid to change it up from time to time either. From the recent women’s world cup we see the stats of a decline in the use of the drag flick. Fede Tanuscio will show us how he build a practice session for your team with a focus on changing it up for the PC.
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