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Categories > Under 8's

TAG Progressions

The coaches introduce TAG progressions to add variety and pressure the learning of skills

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Let's go. Let's go. Let's go good footwork. Well done. Let's go to assist us in feet. Don't go off the pitch. Let's stay on good time. So my name is Owen Davis and I'm the community Sports manager at Sarah's working at specifically within the foundation plenty of games. And I think that's the best thing if you do your so-called drills or whatever. Let's try and make it a bit more of an activity and really promote the Activity Part make it fun because you know, they say he got to put yourself there whenever I start looking at coaching is that the sessions are got to be adapted to that if would if I'd enjoy it then it's probably hitting the right Mark and it's got to have the enjoyment factor in there because you're not going to get the best out of the person around you if you see AB, you know, big smile enjoyment and the skill level is up there then, you know, even if it's a game it doesn't mean that you don't have to necessarily do the drills. This game is called tag Mania the way we play this game. I collect as many tags as I can't the winner the person with the most good is side step two one back to one Okay, okay, and you can't show we will count. Okay, if I touch James with the ball the way you free him if you run run under his arms and he's free good work. Let's go. Let's go. Good stop, let's go. Let's go. Good. Well, let's go just go just go just go on your toes on your toes move. Move. Move. Good work. Good work. Good work go get ball. You're going to be a soccer ball. Okay, good stuff. Good stuff. Let's go one more time. Go let's go. Let's go. Let's go. Let's see. You moving to see moving on your feet. Let's go good. What we want to keep this ball safe. If this is an egg and you drop it, it will crack. Look after my egg. Okay good time. This time to free a catcher Ria catcher. We will go okay. Good footwork and side step. Good work. Let's go. Let's go. Let's go. Let's go. Good work. Good work. Keep going. Keep going Tony Tony brand new to the game. And also some of those games that you probably consider, you know adapted slightly that you'd look at maybe progression with those who are bit further along don't let you know down the line really because some you know, because some of those warm-up games are, you know, I've done in pre-season rugby training and it's a bit of a fitness that kind of the crawling using different muscles and stuff like that. So, yeah, if you know just thinking adapting it, you know, there's no right or wrong way to do it, but there is a fun and interesting way and take as long as you get the, you know, the end product then it doesn't really matter how you get this on such fun in my eyes.