To give your players the confidence to use this 1v1 skill to beat their player on both sides this session guides them through the basics and then pushes them to use the skill at match-pace.
With a clear drills progression you'll be able to teach your players to perform this dribbling technique, push off and drive past their man. Sure there'll be a few lost balls along the way but that's all part of the learning process!
The step over:
Also known as the pedalada, the Denílson, or the scissors, the step over is a dribbling move, or feint, used to fool a defender into thinking the attacker is going to move in a direction he does not intend to move in.
The step over, popularised in the 90s by Ronaldo (who at the time was the best player in the world and his national team's top scorer) and nowadays by the Portuguese Ronaldo, is a great move for getting defenders off balance and creating space to play the pass or to get past your man.
Reduce the turnovers and get your team working up the field by keeping possession and building attacks by selecting the right pass.
The ?modern way? is to play out from the back. To be able to do it successfully though, you need your defenders to be comfortable on the ball when looking to pass, dribble and scan the pitch.
Develop your defenders understanding of how to channel the attackers away from danger areas to slow down attacks and isolate the opposition players.
Teach all your players how to stand up and resist the temptation to dive in. Instead jockey players and wait for the right moment to make the interception!
Drum in the defensive roles and responsibilities of your players and make sure they understand what you want from them in order to win the ball back and turn defence into attack.
Create a resolution to develop your coaching confidence by seizing the opportunity to discover new drills, turn ideas into action and seek advice from the coaching community.
World Rugby has reportedly conceded Aaron Smith's disallowed try in the World Cup final should have stood.
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
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