This time I will show two exercises that I often use in my own sessions. Both are good exercises and will focus on the topic “transitional play”, both when going from attack to defence, and the other way around from defence to attack.
Both these two games have a focus on the switch from attack to defence – or defence to attack – and it is important that the coach let the exercises develop at top speed with lots of intensity, instead of pausing the game during the exercise. The talking and coaching must be done after each round, while the players get the pulse down.
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