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I am looking for Loop pass coaching games to improve my player game.
Here are a couple of drill from our "Drills" Section.
The first shows how to coach a loop pass and the second (which you will find below in another answer) you can adapt so that each group does at least one loop per run.
I hope this helps
Here is the second drill
Dear Simon Jones. How are you today? i like your techniques and i like your drills thank you
Its good to have some feedback!
Set up a small pitch that is big enough to play 5 v 5 or 6 v 6 touch rugby. Add then to the sides of the pitch another channel maybe 5 metres wide. From above this will then look like a very large tennis doubles court. Defenders are not allowed in the outer corridor. Play begins with the team in possession attempting to make an agreed number of passes (2/3?). Play then progresses to allow the possession team to score but only in the outside channels. The score is only valid if the player receiving the ball has completed a loop with his team mate. e.g. players with the ball are numbered 1,2,3,4,5 from left to right. They play; keeping their position. After the designated number of passes (could be even just 1 pass) player 2 must pass to player 1; 2 loops, and receives a pass from 1 in the 'tram lines'. alternatively 4 passes to 5; 4 loops and receives pass from 5 in the other 'tramline'. Obviously all attackers change positions regularly to allow everyone to pass and loop. To make life a bit more difficult; narrow up the outer corridor. This will encourage the 'looper' to get onto a straight running line sooner. Works for me....
"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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