Having the correct technique, combined with fast footwork, timing and body angles, make going for interceptions more successful.
What?s in the Session?
The session begins with a fun warm-up encouraging players to find and penetrate space in order to essentially lose their defender. This will get your players thinking about their movement and body positioning in order to avoid being caught. The session develops to provide a series of drills focused on your player's footwork and timing of their movement. ?Intercept and covering? allows your players to take what they have learnt in the previous drills and to begin working as a unit, putting together the three stages of defence. The session concludes with a developing drill, putting your players in control so they can demonstrate what they have learnt.
It is important your players don?t simply work in isolation, for the greatest success, your players should work as a unit.
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
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The helpful tips, ideas and drills are super useful for developing our coaching abilities and the abilities of our players.