Pairs, holding hands, pull.
The one who raises one foot is the loser.
Pairs, squatted down, handpalms touching.
Try to push eachother out of balance.
Pairs, hands on their backs.
Try to push eachother across a certain line.
The tagger tries to tag a specific player and must make it clear which player it is they are trying to catch.
The players on the other team must try to prevent the tagger from catching the player they are trying to catch.
327 close defence for attacker
Tag man should try to tag the green player. The green player may cross the circle freely, the red tag man may be hindered.
Player green 1 is trying to tag player red 1. Player green 1 may go through the circle, the tag man is being blocked by the blue players of the circle. Change after 45 seconds running.
Players form a long queue. Hands on shoulders or hips. The front player moves to tag the last player of the queue. variation : - change tag man after every successful tag - change after 1 minute - make the queue longer or shorter.
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.
Work in pairs. Try to tag each other on the back. Try to back off and hinder your partner to do this by running away, protect yourself with your hands and arms
Two lines, about 1,5 mtrs apart. This is the street. The white guards should try to tag the white players coming through their street. tag on : - shoulder - back - bottom - knee
Two line 1,5 mtr apart. The blue guard prevents white players from passin him.
Both players holding hands. Both players try to touch the ball, which is behind them. They try to prevent eachother from touching it.
"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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