This session gets your attacker using vision - instead of relying on a premeditated set of skills - teach your attackers to read the situation, make decisions and react to what's in front of them!
When you practice 1v1s players tend to run straight at the defender and lose the ball. They will try some tricks but never with any reason other than "it seemed to be the right thing to do".
What's in the Session?
To improve your players' timing and help them explode past their defender's stick (rather than running straight at it). Players start with a simple 1v1 at walking pace, where the attacking player must time their pull back to get past the defender once they've committed to moving their stick. Once they've got the hang of this it's time to up the pressure - with two more 1v1 practices plus a final game to tie it all together.
Don't miss your opportunity to attack - try this attacking vision session with your players today.
Build the whole of your game upon having a rock solid defence. Work on defending 1-on-1 as well as a team unit, starting from the front. This session develops the whole teams reaction to losing the ball and working hard to win it back as soon as possible.
Your season starts now! You?ve been doing your fitness work but now it?s time to get a stick in your hands and start working on the basics with this session so that you?re sharp, polished and ready to hit the ground running when the first competitive game comes around.
Pass the ball out of pressure and find space to attack with this speedy stickwork and ball switching plan
In this fourth and final fitness plan so we cover all the bases - working on cardio, strength, speed and agility - getting your players ready for the new season
"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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