A big thanks to Keeks and the Future Pro Goalie School crew for their knowledge and welcome this week. They run a well seasoned, modern and jam-packed. In the instruction section of the site you can tune in to weekly podcasts where Keeks interviews a goalie or a coach, as well as see video clips of. The vast majority of men and women who coach minor hockey in this country don ‘t know the first thing about coaching goalies.
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Posted by David Hutchison Jan 25, 1. Steve invited me as his guest to spend time and review his site and I was happy to do so as Keeks has been generous in his support for inGoal Magazine. For a recently launched service, FuturePro Live is off to a great start and I would encourage you to check it out.
FuturePro Live might share a similar interface, but the content is vastly different. Check out their regular writing, post some questions and look forward to their answers.
One of the most powerful opportunities is the member video reviews section.
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You post a video of yourself, or your child, and Keeks and his team will get back with answers. This resource is good for a goalie, but it might be even better for a coach.
You get to see young goalies and hear what top coaches comment about them. This is a great chance to improve what you do for your athletes. In the instruction section of the site you can tune in to weekly podcasts where Keeks interviews a goalie or a coach, as well as see video clips of various teaching situations. The podcasts I heard were very interesting and the videos professionally produced.
They have lots of video ready to go and will continue to upload new content each week.
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The NHL game of the week analysis is an intriguing section. Right now there is only one game up there, but the start is promising. You can tune in while the game is live and also post your own comments.
In the future will be able to vote on which game gets covered. If you drop in for a look there are a number of freely available examples on the site so that you can see what you should expect as a subscriber. I can vouch for the quality of the content, and they have worked hard to see that there is a good deal of initial content.
Be aware though that the service is new and still growing. In time the volume of material will grow as will the number of members who are interacting on the site. Golaie understand that they have partnered with iCoach.
FuturePro Live is off to a great start and for a low price you can have access to fantastic and very personal content and coaching. With so many young goalies still lacking in coaching support today, this is an opportunity well worth checking out. David is one of the founders of InGoal Magazine which he began in Of course he finds time for some goaltending of his own as well, and despite his age, clings desperately to the idea that some NHL team will call him to play for them – though in his mid-forties OK, late 40s it’ll likely be for a practice when everyone else on their depth chart has the flu and the shooter tutor has keekx in for repairs.
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Looks like a great site, and having been around forums with Keeks on it I know it will be. I may have to check it out in the near future. Your email address will not be published. It is a gpalie established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when lookin.
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