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Sessions

Here are the different options you have when booking your coaching sessions!

Single Session - $20

  • One voice-over review

  • Allows you to pay for individual sessions as you want them

  • Can be redeemed at any time

  • Game film must be 5 minutes or less

  • Voice-over review sent back will be 15+ minutes

  • Sent back via a YouTube link for easy access

5 Session Package - $80

  • Five voice-over reviews

  • Allows you to pay for multiple sessions at once

  • You can redeem the sessions whenever you'd like within 12 months of purchasing

  • Game film must be 5 minutes or less

  • The voice-over review sent back will be 15+ minutes

  • Sent back via a YouTube link for easy access

3 Session Package - $50

  • Three voice-over reviews

  • Allows you to pay for multiple sessions at once

  • You can redeem the sessions whenever you'd like within 12 months of purchasing

  • Game film must be 5 minutes or less

  • The voice-over review sent back will be 15+ minutes

  • Sent back via a YouTube link for easy access

Monthly Package - $60

  • Four available voice-over reviews per month

  • Unrestricted access to the GoalieVision Insight Series

  • Allows you to pay for a bundle of sessions each month

  • Game film must be 5 minutes or less

  • The voice-over review sent back will be 15+ minutes

  • Sent back via a YouTube link for easy access

Target Audience

At GoalieVision, the primary focus is providing coaching services to goaltenders who already possess a solid foundation in the basics of the position and are actively playing or competing on a team. While video coaching sessions are an incredibly effective method of enhancing goaltending skills, it is important to note that they are not intended to replace the initial learning and development process that occurs with an on-ice goalie coach.

I believe that the fundamentals of goaltending, such as positioning, movement, and technique, are best learned and refined through hands-on instruction and guidance from a qualified goalie coach during on-ice sessions. These foundational skills provide the necessary groundwork for goaltenders to excel in their game and fully benefit from the more advanced aspects of video coaching.

Video coaching with GoalieVision serves as a valuable supplement to the on-ice training and provides a unique opportunity to fine-tune minor details, analyze game footage, receive personalized feedback, and develop a deeper understanding of one's performance. It is an excellent resource for more experienced goaltenders looking to enhance their decision-making, strategic thinking, and overall game awareness.

 

By combining on-ice coaching with video coaching, goaltenders can achieve a comprehensive and well-rounded development approach. Our aim at GoalieVision is to be a supportive resource for goaltenders at various stages of their journey, offering specialized guidance and insights to take their game to the next level.

Game Film

To provide you with the most effective coaching, I recommend submitting game film that showcases your skills in action. Aim for a video duration of 5 minutes or less, capturing either a full game or carefully selected clips of your gameplay. For optimal viewing and analysis, consider filming with an iPhone/mobile device and using video editing software like iMovie to compile the footage.

Your game film should include various key moments, such as zone entries, shots on goal, and the continuation of plays until the whistle is blown or the puck leaves the zone. This allows me to assess your performance pre-shot, during the save, and throughout your recovery process. In addition, I highly encourage including clips of any goals that are scored against you during a game. Learning from mistakes is essential for growth and development, enabling us to identify adjustments that can prevent similar goals in the future.

 

Below are examples of my own personal game films. Take note of the angle they are filmed at, what they capture in the frame, how they are edited, and the clips they include. This should give you an idea of what your game films should be like. If you have any questions regarding this, as I know it can seem complicated, don't hesitate to contact me. (*disregard the length of these films as some are not below 5 minutes*)

Examples

How-To Videos

Here are two helpful videos that will teach you how to use iMovie to edit down your game footage and how to upload and share the footage with GoalieVision via Google Drive.

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