Players form a long queue.
Hands on shoulders or hips.
The front player moves to tag the last player of the queue.
- change tag man after every successful tag
- change after 1 minute
- make the queue longer or shorter.
pay only attention to the complete technical movement
Only general corrections
Pay attention to :
Body must be in straight position,
arms moving actively along together with the movements of the legs
ellbows at right angle
All of the body should point to the direction you are going to : feet,knees,arms in same direction
mistakes often made :
- 'sitting' when running, bottoms up !!
- upper part of the body too far in front
- shoulders risen too high
Four players form a circle, hands tight.
A tag man appoints a person he wants to tag.
The circle moves in such a way that the person he wants to tag stays out of reach.
Blue players stand very close together.
White player must go between every player.
Blue players may only use their bodies to 'squeeze' the white players.
White players may use their hands and arms.
Which player is fastest ?
Which group is fastest ?
Cone off a small square area with all between 4-8 players inside it.
In a Sumo style players, using only the side of your body, hands and arms, players must try to push and pull the other players out of the square.
See who the last player is inside the square.
Players take it in turn to run and squeeze through the small openings between the blue players, being strong to drive through the blocking man.
Blue players must keep their arms down when blocking the running man and only use their core strength to prevent the man running through (no shoulder barges).
Two or more teams. Every player gets a number. Trainer calls out a number e.g 2 : players two run away. On the way trainer calls out the number of the line the players have to go to and back. Who finishes first wins one point. variations : - in moving - dribbling
Run towards the mat and : - roll once and run back. Which group has finished first ? Varioations : - run around it - jump on it 5 times
Players ask the tag man if they may cross. The tag man says yes. Players ask : How ? Tag man says how the players must cross : - sidewards - frog leap - on all fours - just running etc. Variations : - tagged players help tag man - tagging allowed only at certain spots on the body : back, leg, shoulder - tag (touch) twice - cross at a sign - cross whenever you like - make the area bigger/smaller
Pairs. Player in front makes the pace and decides on how to run, hop, knees high, heels to botton, walk on tiptoe, walk on heels, side steps etc The other player follows and imintates.
The red player is the tagger and is trying to tag the other players. When the players who trying to avoid being tagged fall down on a mat they cannot be tagged. However, there can be no more than two players to a mat so if there are already two players on a mat and a third player jumps on the player who has been on the mat the longest must get off.
In this game players run inside the area and attempt to avoid being caught by the taggers. Players are safe from being tagged if they are sitting on the floor, with their feet off the ground. Players are only allowed to stay on the floor for 3 seconds, then they have to get up and run away again. Tag men are not allowed to wait for the player during these 3 seconds.
Tag man tags other players. When tagged go and help the tag man until everybody ist tagged.
You cannot be tagged if : - lying on the floor on your back - lying on the floor on your tummy
Tag man tries to tag others. Everybody moves sidewards.
Make pairs, holding eachother's hands. One couple tries to tag the other players. When tagged run around the court once and join in again afterwards.
Two teams, opposite. One team is called the RAVENS the other the RATS. When calling out one of the names the trainer gives the signal to run away. The team which has not been called tries to tag the other. variations: - starting positions (sit,lie etc) - increase.descrease distance - build in obstacles (cones to jump over, benches etc)
Run around the cone and back. Touch other player who does the same. Which group has finished first ? variations : - change starting positions : sitting, lying, squatting etc - run with the complete group
Complete group runs to the line called out by the trainer and back. variations : - moving sidewards, backwards etc
Number 1 runs to number 2 and takes his place, number 2 runs to number 3 etc. The team whose player reaches the other side first are winnars. change starining positions : lie, squat, sit
Two or more teams. Who is back first ? variations : - running - dribbling - running complete team at once - vary startpositions (sit,lie etc)
Split your group in half and line them up behind two different cones on the sideline. On the coach's call players from both line run one at a time around the cone and back. Once they're back the next player can go. However, to make things hard for them there are two players on the cone on the opposite side of the court who are trying to block the running players. Which group will finish first?
All kind of materials are on an island of mats. Two or three players defend the traesure and the others try to rob objects from the mats. When tagged by the tagplayers the robbers go to their own mat and try again. The game ends when all the material is robbed. Players who robbed most things are winners.
Players move around the court, when the coach whistles they all run to a mat and make a somersault and afterwards they roll over sidewards twice.
Pairs of which both players are numbered one and tworunning around freely. When a number one is called out, the number one players start running to tag the number two player. variations in moving : - hop on one leg - hop on twe legs - sidesteps - on all fours - backwards
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