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Areas of Partners Development To Do


• Development of pre-competition routine • Ideal performance state – “what works” for the athlete


During this stage the athletes should learn to cope with the physical and mental challenges of competition. To achieve this the athlete should • Take personal responsibility for training, preparation, performance and recovery • Bring consistent effort to training and competitions • Get involved with coaches in decision-making (drills, exercises, training plan, etc.)


• Be coachable: accept constructive criticism and work with other coaches or athletes • Have a training diary


• Have personalized expectations from their coach based on their personal physical capacities and skill level • Team development (team building, positive and supportive atmosphere, leadership development)


Coach Technical


Continue to develop and consolidate skills learned in previous stages.


Throwing Introduce • Varied release points (backhand and forehand) • Inside-out and outside-in (backhand and forehand) • Medium and long distance hammer • Basic scoober • Off-hand throws • Push pass • Blade


• Good hang time and consistency on pulls • Advanced fakes (includes balance and extension) • Throwing against a mark • Break-mark throws


• Down-, cross-, and up-wind long throws • Throwing with spin and “touch”


Catching


Continue to develop and consolidate skills from Learn to Play and FUNdamentals. As catching is an important component of the game the refinement of catching skills occurs in the following stage.


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ULTIMATE CANADA LTAD


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