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Dynamic Warm up Program for Australian Rules Football. Duration 15 minutes: Set two cones 50m apart Players work up one side of the cones and then return down the other side back to the starting point. E.g. 100m is up one side for 50, then back on the other for 50m. 1. Jog 200m, i.e.4 x 50m 2. Jog 100m backwards 3.
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TEAM WARM UP WITH BALLS DRILL. November 22, 2019. January 20, 2020. by swans05, posted in 20 Game Sense Drills Vol 1, Training Drills. If there’s 1 mission in my life worth fulfilling it’s to eradicate the endless laps footy teams do at training before, during and after training. It’s boring, it’s useless and it’s taking prescious ...
Time Drill Focus Minutes Equipment Teaching Points 4pm Warm up Get players warm, thinking about football. 15 mins Cones Forwards and Backwards running. Lateral agility movement. 4.30pm Full ground Ball movement from defence to attack. 20 mins Cones/Balls Kicking technique over 20m. Marking at the highest point. 4.50pm Warm down Warm down and give feedback.
Give yourself 1 point for making contact with the bin, or 2 points for getting a ‘goal’. Once you’ve mastered that at a 10m distance, increase the distance between the kicking zone and bin to 15m, 20m, 25m and 30m. This will allow you to amplify kicking accuracy over varied distances.
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2 laps of the oval at a slow run (include running sideways/backwards, lifting knees up and kicking heels backward). 10 minutes of stretching - involving dynamic and static stretches. 5 × 20m length runs (work from 50% effort sprint to maximal sprint). 5 zigzag runs (75% effort).
Rules are: 1.) Kicks only (no handpasses). 2.) Marks are paid. 3.) If the ball hits the ground, the timer stops and the defensive team gets the ball. 4.) If the ball goes out of bounds, the timer stops and the defensive team gets the ball. Are you having a hard time doing these football training drills on your own?
www.aussierulestraining.blogspot.comA dynamic warm up specifically for Aussie Rules Football.With a lack of information available in regards to training for ...