Player will jump as far as they can whilst still being able to land on balance.
This drill should be done in 3 sets of 12 jumps.
Players will jump as high as the can on 1 leg, after they land they will bend down touching the floor, with the non jumping leg being extended behind.
Once they player is in that position they will explode up and jump off that leg again.
Players will perform a 1/4 squat, from that squat they will jump as high as they can.
Once they land, they are going straight back into a 1/4 squat and another jump.
Players will jump and rotatate 360 degrees in the air making sure they land on balance.
Once a player has jumped rotating one direction, the next jump they will roatate in the other direction.
Players will find a straight line on the court. With 1 foot infront and the the other foot behind the line. Players will switch foot position as quick as possible and continue this for 30 seconds.
The players will jump (2 footed) as far as they can forward, left, back and right. They will continue this for 45 seconds.
Squat using proper technique, so that the knee joint is at a right angle. One the squat has been completed, the player will rotate and face the other way where they will squat again.
Players will walk 2 steps in a direction and then perform a vertical jump. When they land they will walk 2 steps in another direction and then perform a vertical jump.
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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