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To new heights!
In the Ministry of Sport and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus, certificates were awarded on the successful completion of studies at the Higher School of Trainers. More than 50 specialists have improved their qualifications.
At the end of the ceremony, the coach-instructor of the Youth Sports School "Youth" Oleg Vasilchenko assured that the knowledge he had acquired would be useful to him and his colleagues. He noted that, despite the experience, every specialist must grow professionally and strive for new scientific and sporting heights.
Practice! Practice! Practice!
General physical training (GPT) is a system of exercises aimed at harmonious development of all physical qualities of a person: muscle strength, endurance, agility, flexibility and coordination. The most important thing is to avoid a narrow focus and excessive development of only one physical quality to the detriment of others. In the basis of classes, there can be different kinds of sports or individual sets of exercises. The emphasis is on natural types of movements, their variations and combinations: elements of gymnastics, running, various types of walking, jumping, throwing, climbing, swimming, mobile and sports games. Exercises can be performed both without use of objects, and with use of additional equipment (balls, hoops, skipping ropes, gymnastic wall, benches, treadmill).
GPT - the foundation of the physical health of the body, the first step on the road to big sport and an important component of the training of professionals. There are no age restrictions for classes. Modern hockey is a game with high speeds and an abundance of power combats, and there is an opinion that the latter is a big hindrance for fast attackers.
However, the real master just needs to prove the superiority of speed over force, and not just the speed of movement, but first the speed of thinking. For all time I saw countless examples where players with good inclinations in speed lost those people who could never boast of high-speed qualities circumvented their advantage and them. I am convinced that each person is able to improve his speed potential if he pays due attention to training. It is important to understand that fast movements with your feet (fast legs) do not guarantee you fast speed on the site. When the next time you visit a hockey game, pay attention to the players who work very fast with their feet - in almost all cases they have fairly average speed. Conversely, high-speed players do not work with their feet as they are, they have much less movements, but they are much more powerful. When parents say, "I want my child to have fast legs" -that means he wants the child to have good speed / acceleration. It is important to understand the difference in speed and speed of footwork.
Coach Andrei Rusetsky, a variety of exercises that allow developing an individual quality in isolation, increase the effectiveness of the training process. Training with him will raise the level of general endurance, strengthen the musculoskeletal system, enhance the player's strength training, and speed of reaction. The training process is built in accordance with the basic principles of the compatibility of physical qualities, and always aimed precisely at solving the tasks that are facing the young hockey player during the game. Control over the functional state will allow selecting the intensity and volume of training influences for each athlete.
Andrei Rusetsky, born in 1988 Master of Sports of Belarus in Athletics. He graduated from BSU FC with a degree in coach and teacher.
Denis Vasilchenko has worked at Organizations of Physical Education.
Denis is also the ice-hockey coach of Olympic Reserve Sport School in Minsk. He is one of the most authoritative coaches in the Republic of Belarus and beyond its borders in the field of ice-hockey skating techniques and controlling the puck technique.
Denis began to play ice-hockey at the age of eight at Ice-Hockey Sport School № 12 in Minsk. He played three seasons at Sport School for Children and Youth “Junost-Minsk”. At the age of 12-14 he played two successful seasons at the IHC “Brynas IF”, Sweden. He also played one successful season at the IHC “Ceske Budejovice” in Czech Republic. Being a trainee of the ice-hockey school “Dynamo-Minsk” Denis made his debut in the Republic of Belarus Major League Open Championship and became a professional ice-hockey player at the age of 16, having signed his first contract with IHC “Brest”. Playing at the position of central forward Denis is always well-known among the ice-hockey specialists for good ice-skating technique, ice-hockey stick technique and good control of the puck during a match, perfect communication and understanding with the teammates.
In 2009 Denis had to finish his career as an ice-hockey player due to a serious back trauma which he got at one of the play-off matches. His coaching career started at “Minsk Ice Sport Palace”. Working for Sport School for Children and Youth in Bereza Denis was the Head Coach. He manages to study at Smolensk State Academy of Sport and Tourism in Russia and train children who are from 5 to 8 years old, and play for the Major Division Ice-Hockey Amateur Team “MIF-98” at the same time. Denis has always been trying to improve his skills and has been invited to different Belarusian, Russian and foreign ice-hockey clubs to organize summer camps, trainings and tournaments. Balancing between a coach job and a referee job adds dynamics for his professional growth.
The main priorities in his job are technique, the accuracy of performance, game brainwork, speed, power and the will to achieve high results. As a specialist he accomplishes his coaching job through the selection of individual, effective exercises, modern tactical cooperation/interaction in the match, paying attention to the achievements in theory and practice during international ice-hockey masterships. He does his best at the training process, which is based on the achievements of the world’s hockey.
Are you dreaming that your son will become a man, a real man – clever, strong, brave, noble, who knows such words as “honour”, “credit”, “help” and “support”? Then let him play ice-hockey.
Strength, speed, dexterity, stamina, plasticity – these are the main qualities that ice-hockey player develops through the game. Many specialists think that ice-hockey is the combination of all these qualities. Players need to have good coordination skills during a match, moreover, they should be able to skate quickly, as well as to jump, to duck out of the power fight! That’s why a child who plays ice-hockey develops great stamina. To be a good ice-hockey player means being an athlete, an acrobat and a good skater at the same time.
But ice-hockey is not only the combination of these complicated elements, it is a game in the first place. It is a team game! One for all, and all for one. You can’t do it another way. Apart form that a child will learn different skating manoeuvres and start thinking how to outplay the opponent, he will get used to play in a team, he will learn what men’s friendship, support and help is. Apart from that your son will get used to hard work.
Welcome to ice-hockey!