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 team's va va voom with this pass and move netball plan - teaching players to drive onto the pass and change direction to improve their attacking game!
Develop the defensive principles with your team, working on their man-to-man marking to halt the opposition?s attack
Revisit key skills in a fun, engaging way, whilst ensuring your players are following social distancing rules and remaining safe.
Improve defence throughout your team and deny the opposition space with this forcing the error and interception plan
Culture impacts how players work together, behave, feel and communicate. How can you as a coach help sculpt your team culture?
Cup final season is upon us! That's why we take a look at how to best prepare your players for the end of season showdowns!
The helpful tips, ideas and drills are super useful for developing our coaching abilities and the abilities of our players.