Tackling and contact are key components in the development of young players, this clip shows how coaches can introduce tackling using a game that reduces the risk of injury and focuses on the technical skills
So the rules of the game we're going to start by walking walking Robbie proper tackle. How loud you want to go in your temple? Okay, you want to go for the knees? Okay. So how did you get low enough to get tackled in is what you have to do is your body bend your knees. Okay, what we practice in this morning power power. So think about the top part get nice and low to make that tackle would use your arms for Ring Of Steel. So you laugh through their knees together enough all over how many people can tackle a person more than one person can tap was on two people. Okay, just two people tackling one person to tackle one on one if they want. Someone can help if you need help. Okay, you're walking if you get tackled what body position you're going to when you present the ball. Okay, hold the ball. So I've talked with you. Okay, you're attacking that way. So go down onto the floor place to pull back like you would do in a normal game. Okay. Stop there freeze. My friend is when this rocking evolved at the moment there isn't okay. How wide is this gate to go through the tackle gauge? How wide is it? This is why does who the person so is this the ideal body position you want to be depends on position. So I always put so look how what the gate is now can go all the way through the look the length of his body which way does the pencil point back towards your team's to spin around staying along blunt long passages that that's good. Okay, so we want to go into this long pencil position. Okay. So keep the ball there. Now, how wide is the gate to go through very Defenders? Can you go in front of the back foot of the person has been tackled? Can you stand halfway down the pencil if you're defending know the back foot is the off side line? So you need to be behind the back foot. So yellow spread out spread out on the back foot. Okay, we're not spotting and yet we're not going through the middle locate the cockpit yet. So spread out first two bits. Why do you want to be in line with his back feet? Yeah. So you put pressure on the defense on the attackers. Okay. So pencil pencil position who's got the lead pass it and then play tackling load. Good taco good lowering a still pencil. See if I've got the ball into hands and running or walking towards you. What can I do? How many options of I got to put two passes or what else my dude run? Okay. If I got the ball under one hand, what do you know that I'm going to do? Well, I run straight at the more run into the space and result but you know, you've got make that tackle with the balls into hands the attacker could pass it left or right? Okay. Oh damn it. Excellent. So there's more options for the defender to think about which confuse them which would make it a lot harder to defend her. She's just totally suppliers about importance of more precise communication and actually giving them directions. But their fries in the bowl, what what what what we are talking about body position again, here's an example remind me what we've got. a lot of addition So if we were going to compete in rap for it, how wide is the gate? No way it's really thin. Okay, so it's easier to protect the ball. Okay, because there's not as much room for the furnace to come through and get in your way. Okay, so pass it when you're ready. Well disappointed.
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Another great conditioned game for pre-season training. With the addition of 'reptile crawls' for players who have made a touch, you incorporate an excellent core strength exercise that requires concentration under fatigue.
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