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9 Steps to Mastering a Skill

Mastering a Skill is one of the more interesting topics coaches will have an opportunity to discuss while they are developing their coaching philosophy. Many coaches start by visualising how athletes under their own direction have developed and progressed from the “green” beginner to expert performer. It is not difficult to associate within the mastering a skill different stages or standards that a player must reach prior to advancing onto competence.

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1 on 1 Wing Chaser Drill

The 1 on 1 Wing Chaser Drill is a great activity for bring speed to the equation of a “Live” scenario. As with all one on one situations this drill looks to expose both and offensive and defensive players to an environment where there is no help, no relief from the pressure of having to score,

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Triangle Shooting Drill

The Triangle Shooting Drill is a good drill for incorporating shooting and conditioning work. The Triangle Shooting Drill keeps players moving. It can be used as a warm-up activity at a very low impact or utilised as a way of putting pressure onto players to perform a technical skill at pace.

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Working Hard off the Ball in Offense

Working hard off the ball is one of the truly poorly executed parts of team offense. Many payers move through the motions when not holding the ball or not in the primary scoring position for the offense. Even the best, well drilled teams struggle to maintain the ethos of working hard off the ball throughout a game or even more to the point,

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