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Partners Coach


Areas of


Development Tactical


To Do


Offence Introduce • Vertical and horizontal stacks • Resetting the disc • Swinging the disc


• Basic set plays (used to identify where initiating cuts should come from e.g. back or front of stack in endzone)


Defence Introduce


• Person-to-person defence • Communication • Help defence


General Introduce


• On-field communication • Space & field sense • Disc position • Sideline support • Field sense


• Capitalizing on opportunities • Offense and defence transition


Parents & Coach


Lifestyle Introduce the player to


• Prehabilitation & rehabilitation • Rest & sleep • The importance of school and education • A healthy diet • Skin protection • Maintaining focus • Team cohesion


• Relaxation techniques


Encourage participation in sports that transfer well to Ultimate. This could include: disc golf, dodgebee, accuracy, self-caught flights, distance, soccer, football, basketball, running, track and field, lacrosse, rugby, hockey, field hockey and racquet sports.


Coach, Athlete & Parents SOTG


Introduce BE CALM strategy to help players develop emotional control and communication skills.


Athlete should understand the basics of Spirit of the Game. ULTIMATE CANADA LTAD 40


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