Using only their shoulders, players should take it in turns to run along a line of the pitch trying to push the other player further over the line.
The aim for players is to push the other player far enough over the line so that they can then enter the other player's side.
Although you want your players to be physical you do not want them hurting each other; make sure your players don't get too competitive in this drill.
Two children of approximately the same height and weight stand either side of a line on the pitch.
On your call the two players should lean over and engage one another, placing their hands on the other player's shoulders.
The goal for the players is to try and push their opponent over the line, like in a sumo match.
The loser in the duel has to dribble the ball around two cones. The winner receives a ball and may throw a free shot on goal.
Try to ensure that the two players are approximately the same height and weight to avoid injury and keep the wrestling interesting for both players.
Players should sit back to back with one another and interlock their arms. Using their body and arms they must try and get the other player's shoulder onto the floor.
The losing has to run to the far wall and back and the winner receives a ball to have a free shot on goal.
Kids walk across a bench. With each step move a ball under the front leg.
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