Pre-season shouldn?t be a chore. This session follows on from the Pre-season 1 session with a variety of game-based practices aimed at re-discovering your players skills after a long break away from the courts. Test their attacking skills, defensive skills and agility with these practices designed to keep your players on their toes.
What's in the Session?
As the session progresses, build up their skills gradually, starting with games to get them moving without the ball, before using more technical drills. Use the Anywheres for a fun, yet tough practice to really sharpen up their close skills. Develop the session into a more dynamic practice before creating a modified game to finish, incorporating the practices from the main bulk of the session into the match-specific scenario.
It?s easy to assume that your players will come back from their break and go straight back to being at the same level as they were at the end of the season. However, it will certainly take some time for them to rediscover their form. Make the process as quick and fun as possible with this pre-season session.
Force errors and intercept the opposition?s ball, ready for your team to go forward in attack!
Develop your player's recognition of space and agility to drive onto the pass with each practice looking to develop players ability to change direction and inject pace to have an edge over the opposition.
Develop your player's speed, agility and fitness in order to maintain your team's performance for the whole game.
Develop your player's ability to have a strong, dominant and decisive body position to deny and close down space for their opponent up and down the court.
Build on your players existing stamina and endurance through fun and competitive practices and games, ensuring they maintain their performance under fatigue.
Create a resolution to develop your coaching confidence by seizing the opportunity to discover new drills, turn ideas into action and seek advice from the coaching community.
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