The emu is the unofficial national bird of Australia because it can't step backwards, so is seen as a symbol of progression. This week we want your players to be like the emu and positively drive forward to make the interception.
To get your players intercepting from all sides this sharp movement session gets your players weaving and changing direction at speed to get in front and force the turnover.
What's in the Session?
Get your players using quick footwork and moving forward (like the emu) with confidence, weaving in front of their player to snatch the ball in defence!
Improve your attacking players' preliminary moves - to help them outwit their marker and get free to receive the pass
Develop your players understanding of the importance of fast footwork to deceive their opponent and gain more chances on goal.
Develop your player's ability to execute powerful, accurate passing in a game in order to gain dominance over the opposition.
10 fun games and ideas to improve your warm up - Bring the WOW factor to your next practice and prepare your players, mentally and physically!
Regular analysis of your own performance as a coach will ensure you continue to improve your ability to deliver top quality sessions.
Like many other international tournaments, we've had to wait a little longer for it to start but it's time to get excited for some big hitting!
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