drag flick practice

Drag Flick Practice – a practice session by Sport101

Drag flicks will be the main focus for a new practice session, designed & presented by Shenarda Dedic  from the Sport101 academy.

Ball carry by Shenarda Dedic

Sport101 & Shenarda Dedic

Sport101 was founded by Mike Irving from the UK. As a former head coach at national league level and an experienced FIH Academy educator. Nowadays he’s working with different coaches & educators, like Shenarda Dedic, through Sport101 to to make a difference to young players in their development. Shenarda is coaching the ladies 1 team at HC St Albans in the UK.

Drag Flick Practice

Drag flicks will be the main topic for this training session. We will be using a tool called XPS for our session design. XPS is the most comprehensive coaching software out there. It includes a playbook feature to make your own drawings, diagrams and animations to visualise your drills or games. A library to store all of your drills and exercises. An interactive calendar to start planning your next team practice by drag & drop from the library, logging attendance to keep up the stats and launching questionnaires to all of your players to request their training load or other feedback automatically following each training. We’ll show you how it works, but we’ll also make sure the chats and practice design sessions are useful to you if you do not want to use XPS yourself.

See it live or on demand

So we are live on Friday June 3. We go live at 13h CEST in Europe, which would be 7am EST for the US & Canada, 9h in Buenos Aires, 12h in the UK, 14h in most of Africa, 17:30h in India or 20h AWST in Perth, Australia.
If you join us live it’s free, if you want to watch it afterwards on demand, you need to be a member.

Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel and set a reminder from there for the upcoming livestream you would like to see, so you get notified when we go live 

All of our on demand content for members only has been moved to our XPS app: https://thehockeysite.com/xps/