Curriculum and Fees
Once again, Coach Pilat has put together the most innovative curriculum for goalies wishing to improve their skills. Individual analysis, extensive videotaping of each goalie and new methods of teaching techniques and footwork are all elements of the Goalie School.
Coach Pilat’s programs in Virginia, California, Indiana, New York, Oregon, Texas and Pennsylvania include 4 days of intense instruction and video analysis to improve goalie performance – $720.00
The December Florida Camp fees are $730
This Goalie School program includes special one on one instruction and evaluation from Coach Pilat, programs with a strength and agility coach, fun and exciting goalie games, coaches talks and demonstrations and a great instructional staff to work with all goalies.
Coach Pilat and his staff will be filming each goalie who attends camp and providing all goalies with a personal url so they can watch their play on a computer.
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All goalies will receive top coaching from Coach Pilat and his carefully selected staff. One of the most popular stations at camp is the “Rapid Fire” station. Here goalies get to test their reflexes against a very accurate and hard shooting tennis ball machine. There will be three shooting machines to give goalies triple the amount of shots as last year!!
Other stations work on such techniques as keeping your head over the ball with coach Pilat’s famous “handcuff drill”. Clearing and stickhandling stations allow goalies time to work on their stick skills in a variety of ways. Shot stopping form is analyzed and steps are taken to correct flaws in goalies mechanical techniques in the goal.
Coach Pilat will introduce his new “mirror training” to lacrosse goaltenders. This technique has been used by NHL Goalies for several years and will now be made available to all goalies at THE GOALIE SCHOOL!! Come try all the new techniques at the only goalie camp to offer this new training tool.
Exciting Goalie Games!
All Goalies will get to play in exciting 4 on 4 half field goalie games and also 10 on 10 regulation games. The goalies use their goalie sticks to work on stickwork while learning how to play all positions on the field. These fun games are usually held in the evenings, once all instruction has been finished for the day. Goalies are encouraged to bring elbow pads to wear in the games.
New Drills for Shot Stopping Form
What in the world is that goalie doing with a defensive stick?? Come to The Goalie School and see for yourself how Coach Pilat’s new drill will make every goalie have excellent form when making saves. The defensive stick forces goalies to keep their hands away from their body while making saves. This causes better form, better positioning and less rebounds. The small head also increases goalies concentration when catching the ball. Another Goalie inovation from Coach Pilat!!
Ask your Coach…This is the Best Goalie Camp in the Country!