During this webinar, we will be exploring the connection between sport and the key benefits of IM training. We will cover the importance of focus, concentration, rhythm and timing, coordination, balance, motor planning and sequencing, and decision making; skills that are vital in any sporting performance, but focusing primarily on hockey goaltending.
IM training has the potential to fill the gap that currently exists between unique sporting skills, identified as necessary for peak performance, such as rhythm and timing, focus, decision making, and concentration, but not yet filled in regular sports training programs.
To personalize IM programs for athletes it is important to identify and analyze the physical, mental, and environmental factors sporting athletes encounter, and then the applications involved to plan a sport-specific IM creative program, that both simulate and challenges various athlete components discovered during the observation period.
You will be taken through a step-by-step example of how observation and analysis of a hockey goaltender, combined with creative brainstorming and adaption of IM exercises, produce a personalized, challenging, sport-specific IM program for hockey goaltenders.