By creating a strong foundation, focused on:
being explosive, taking up more squares, and moving efficiently.
By answering all questions & addressing any concerns or objections before moving on.
By tailoring drills specific to each individual Goalie's needs.
Easy to understand and able to teach anyone regardless of age, size, skill
Feet (Balls of Feet)
All pointing back to the same core concepts
Angles (being square)
Understanding Shooters (and what they see)
Improving Vision (while taking up more squares)
Being Ready (better to be ______, than ______)
Strategic Movements (being intelligent about how we move - eliminating wasted movements and moving
efficiently to be ready to face the shot.)
Understanding the Intention of Practice/Drills
Focused on isolating one specific area or movement.
Parameters enforced to improve muscle memory and eliminate bad habits.
Detail required to train and remain disciplined, while pushing your body to new depths.
Stance: being able to develop a consistent starting position, that is fundamentally sound, is paramount
Positioning: understanding how you can position yourself between the pipes to increase confidence and make more saves
Stepping: considering the way we move in the goal will allow us to simply the movements we make and move more efficiently
COMMON PROBLEM AREAS
Top Hand Grip
Bottom Hand Placement & Movement
"Catching" the Ball
Searching for Pipes
"I can't thank Coach McClure enough for his mentorship, time & willingness to work with my son.
Because of his efforts, my son is being contacted by colleges to play at the next level, a dream come true for a young man."
-Steve Riggs (Father)
"The level of instruction my son received was far more advanced than any other goalie training.
Bryan's instructions were direct, simplified, and with purpose."
-David Tate (Father)