Players and equipment will be set up as shown in video clip.
When the coach shouts start, the defensive player will begin fast feet on the spot.
When the coach next calls go, the defensive player will slide to the cone on one side, then back to the other cone until they get to their original position.
Once back to the original position, the other player/coach with a pad will run into the defenders chest where they will take a charge.
Players need to be tough and embrace the contact.
The players need to make sure they take the hit rather than falling down before the contact is made.
Set players up as shown in video clip.
The baseline offensive player will drive towards the basket.
The help defender will come over and stop the drive.
The player with the ball will pass to the other offensive player. The receiver of the pass will shoot the ball.
The defensive player will sprint out and challenge the shot.
1 offensive player and 1 defensive player.
The offensive player will dribble through the cones, once the player has reached the last cone the player will dribble towards the basket and shoot a jump shot.
Have cones set up as shown in the image.
Players will start at the 1st cone and defensive slide from cone to cone.
Once the player gets their outside foot to the cone the player will push off of that foot and change direction.
Footwork and Movement
Set up as shown in the image.
Footwork and Movement
The players will pair up with one offensive player and one defensive player. The offensive player will dribble from cone to cone. The defensive player will keep their head in line with the ball using a defensive slide. Once they come to the end of the cones the players will go back to the start and the offence and defence will switch over.
"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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