Dylan Strome on ollut kesän Paul Goodmanin hyvissä käsissä ja toivotaan, että tuo työ tuottaa hedelmää heti kauden alussa. Linkki Chicago Sun-Timesin juttuun asiasta:
Standing tall at 6-3, but using a relatively short stick, Strome naturally has played leaning slightly forward. That has limited his vision — because his head was tilted downward toward the ice — and obstructed his movement.
Goodman’s plan: put Strome on an offseason workout plan to strengthen his lower body and core, allowing his center of gravity to shift lower, enabling him to play fully -upright, despite the disparity between his height and stick length.
Goodman essentially told Strome to disregard everything he’d been taught before. They had to “start brand new, try to teach him from the groundwork on up,” so that conflicting earlier habits wouldn’t linger in Strome’s brain and the two could develop a training “language” that Strome would understand.
Strome said he’s used to it all now, but it has taken 2½ months to get to this point.
It’s not hard to figure out why. First of all, Goodman’s workouts are all barefoot, and they last for several hours early in the morning every day.
"falling isnt´flying, floating isn´t infinite"