At this point in the season you might find that the stronger players in your squad are beginning to dominate the games and the weaker players are not as confident on the ball, giving it away cheaply. Give everyone in the team the confidence to be able to beat and player then move the ball on. Once everyone is happy on the ball, the team dynamics will see everybody fitting in perfectly.
What's in the Session?
Warm up with dynamic movements and exercises before moving onto the technical practices which develop players V-drags and 1v1 skills in a competitive environment to put some extra pressure on the players as well as bringing a fun aspect to the session. The final conditioned games encourages 1v1 skills to be used, however emphasises that once the player has been beaten, players should be looking to move the ball on and reposition for the next pass.
Give your players more confidence when carrying the ball and taking players on, so that when they?re next on the ball, they?re composed and willing to take it under pressure, beat a player then move it on.
Teach the push pass to improve your players' passing technique, and their ability to make accurate passes over short-medium distances
Conditioned games to improve your players' peripheral vision, so they can use their first touch when receiving the ball to move into space
The pass into the circle is determined by the lead of the attackers and the movement of the defender. Work on decision-making in the final third to improve success rate around the circle.
Reduce turnovers and make misplaced passes a thing of the past! Use this plan to teach players to pass with power and accuracy off both feet
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."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
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