Brett & Bobby Hull's Instructional Shooting & Scoring 2.0
I've been teaching hockey players of all ages for the past 20 years and I can honestly say that The Hull Shooting and Scoring DVD 2.0 is the best teaching tool on the market today. Most instructional DVDs are a bit dry and hard to get through but the Hulls have just the right combination of innovative demonstration footage combined with great NHL action sequences to make the DVD enjoyable to watch. Bottom line, if you want to become the best possible shooter this DVD is a must see. --Dr. Clint Steele-Better Hockey.Com
About the Actor
Brett Hull Played Professsional ice hockey in the NHL for 19 years collecting over 700 goals good for 3rd all time goal scorer in the NHL. Brett was known as one of the purest goal scoers ever to play the game. Bobby Hull Sr. played for the Chicago Black Hawks of the NHL. He is an NHL Hall of Fame Member and scored over 1000 professional goals in his career. Bobby Hull Jr. 1994 RHI Coach of The Year, has coached & taught shooting and scoring techniques to players all over the USA & Canada for the last 21 years. He is considered one of the best shooting & scoring coaches available in North America.See all Editorial Reviews
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I play hockey for about 15 years now but the DVD still taught me a number of things I didn't explicitly know yet.
Believe it or not, just today I watched the section about slapshots in preparation for a game that night, and in the game I shot the cleanest top shelf slap shot goal that ever came of my blade. Could of course be coincidence, but I sure don't regret watching the DVD.
The only downside in my eyes is the playtime that passes very quickly. I'm sure they would have managed to fill twice the time, but maybe they are working on another DVD about other techniques.
My vote: Go get it, it's worth it.
Cheers from World Championships Host 2010 Germany
This dvd did not disappoint. The delivery of the Hull's was excellent. The highlight clips throughout demonstrating shots from their respective careers was also a nice touch inspiring hope that I may aspire to!
The camera angles were also great and the limited graphics were a nice plus.
They did a really nice job of teaching and then demonstrating the skills involved with each technique.
The only thing I would want added to make this a 10 would be more instruction on the positions of your body, hands and feet. More slow motion shoots demonstrating the transfer of body weight and the proper position and rotation of hands and wrist. Multiple camera angles of the same shop might also help.
If you are already familiar with skating, hockey and shooting then you will gain a lot of insight from this as you may not need as much as instruction as I do. When the go into the more advanced shooting then you will certainly gain more.
Overall, I would highly recommend this dvd to anyone who is trying to improve and learn better shooting technique.
I also think they forgot to mention a couple of things, e.g. look up on the slapshot once you strike the ice. Overall though, very good. The audio has a few issues here or there but it's totally worth 20 bucks...