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Areas of Partners Development Cutting


Players consolidate all cutting skills while continuing to develop skills related to their ability to recognize the actions of their defender.


Defence


Players refine basic skills (e.g. marking) while developing and/or consolidating more advanced defensive skills (e.g. switching).


Coach Tactical


Players show a thorough understanding of offensive and defensive strategies and tactics.


Introduce • Advanced zone offence and defence • New offences • Zone: trapping


• Zone to person-to-person transition


Continue to develop and consolidate tactics explored in earlier stages.


Coach & Administrators Lifestyle Educate the athlete in


• Recovery and regeneration principles • Injury prevention training and behaviour • Tapering and peaking strategies • Adapting to new training and competition environments • Prioritization and yearly planning • Lifelong skills of fair-play, dedication, integrity, leadership, time management, organization, pursuit of excellence, teamwork and health awareness • Travel organization and smooth adaptation to other countries and cultures


• Being a team player during training and travel • Choosing proper performance gear


Coach SOTG


Athlete and team demonstrate a sophisticated understanding and application of Spirit of the Game and the rules. Athlete exhibits good SOTG during training and competition. Coach provides opportunities for athletes to practice exhibiting SOTG.


ULTIMATE CANADA LTAD 50 To Do


are consolidating more advanced throws through training and use in competition.


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