Fuel Goalie

Only a goalie can appreciate what a goalie goes through”. Jacques Plante

Fuel is proud to offer position specific content for goaltenders. A true sport inside a sport, the need for goaltenders to be in the right mindset is paramount to their ability to stop the puck. Fuel goalies follow our three step system which consists of daily video primers, weekly assignments, and monthly podcasts. Daily primers consist of audio from some of the top personal growth and performance coaches in the world layered over video of goaltenders keeping the puck out of the net. Weekly assignments are designed by  Steve Brown and presented by Fuel goaltending consultant Brian Daccord. Brian is currently an NHL goaltending scout and a former NHL goaltending coach with over 20 years of experience in training elite goaltenders. Monthly podcasts are conversations featuring Steve Brown and Brian Daccord and target the needs of aspirating goaltenders. These workshops are approximately 30 minutes in length and are available online.

CHECK OUT ALL OF THE FUEL PRIMERS AND PODCASTS  HERE…

This weeks Assignment…

Week 6 (10.13.19)

Distractions can get the best of us but we have a way not to let this happen. In today’s assignment Steve Brown shows goalies how to use cues to trigger your mindset and let those distractions be a thing of the past. Have a great week and Thing FAST, Play Fast, #BeFAST.  

An athlete can use cues to help themselves shift from recognizing their WIN to

purposeful action. Cues serve as a signal or suggestion for how an athlete would like to be and for what he or she may want to do.

Be Cues: Help inform an athlete of how they want to feel in a given moment:

  • Relaxed
  • Calm
  • Present

Do Cues: Helps an athlete recognize what they should be doing.

  • Eyes
  • Chest up
  • Push

For this exercise, think of a situation during a game that you would like to be more

focused. Once you identify a cue it is crucial to begin using it in practice.

Be Cue

Identify: one or two be cues that are meaningful and will resonate with you.

Be Cue:

Be Cue:

How will you practice using this cue?

Do Cue

Identify: one or two do cues that are meaningful and will resonate with you.

Do Cue:

Do Cue:

How will you practice using this cue?

Think FAST, Play FAST, Be FAST

Septembers podcast will feature Fuel co-founder and success coach Steve Brown with Fuels goaltending consultant Brian Daccord. Our first topic of the year will be about setting up your goals for the season. Knowing the ins and outs of goal setting will help you get off to a great start as you will learn the four principals of setting goals, what goalies should focus on and what to stay away from. Enjoy!

Coming Soon…

Think FAST, Play FAST, Be FAST