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We can go outside again… ​


On Saturday, May 6, we were finally allowed to ZERO again! Playing Clinic outside… ​


From all corners of the country, the ParaHockeyers (G-hockey players and keepers) and Youth keepers once again came to beautiful Baarn for the ZERO! Clinic at the BMHV complex. The staff had already turned on the nice weather and was ready with great expectations for a warm welcome from all participants and the accompanying parents. ​


After weeks of being spammed with apps and facebook messages about which color the ZERO! Clinics shirt this time, each participant received a beautiful light blue ZERO! Clinics shirt from The Indian Maharaja. Our VIPS Maartje Kaptein and Daantje de Kruijff (both from Hurley Ladies 1 and Junior Orange) were also welcomed! The short word of welcome on the steps of the clubhouse was the start of a sporty and especially fun day and all participants went to the field in good spirits for an incredibly cool warm-up. ​


The trainers had all set out entertaining and challenging exercises to learn new skills. It soon became clear that the weather was very nice and warm, so the management decided to take a short limo break after each training round. Our VIPS challenged our participants in different ways; from manning the ball machine with the keepers to participating in the relay exercises with the players. ​


After the usual four training rounds and liters of lemonade, it was time for a delicious lunch and all participants and staff could recover from the active morning. ​


In the meantime, several games were turned off by the trainers to relax for an hour after lunch. Because of the heat and stuffiness, a game was set up around the theme of 'trust each other' instead of a game that made you sweat profusely. Everyone liked that very much. In addition, the foot game was on the games program. ​


Then the second training round started, again full of exciting and fun exercises. The heat was bothering many participants, so it was decided to shorten this training round and instead turn on the sprinklers on the field after the shoot-out and penalty ball competition to cool off. ​


The shoot-out and penalty ball competition was a resounding success for the keepers. The keepers ensured a high level, but in the end everyone finished the clinic as the winner. ​


We really enjoyed you all and hope you see the next ZERO! Clinic welcome again!


The next clinic will take place on Saturday 8 July.


The ZERO! Clinic Team

JP, Thijmen and Jesse ​

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