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Areas of


Development Physical


Psychological Technical Tactical SOTG


To Do


Age specific. Adults should aim for a minimum of 60 minutes moderate daily activity or 30 minutes of intense activity three times a week. Participation in a variety of sports and/or physical activity is highly recommended.


The focus is on having fun, being part of the team and stress release as part of physical activity.


Learn new skills or refine skills that have already been acquired.


Basic tactics are sufficient to play and enjoy the game at a recreational level.


Learning and demonstrating respect, conflict resolution skills, inclusiveness, and fair play are to always be refined and practiced. Players should continue their understanding of the rules as well as being aware of changes to the rules.


At the Field


Special rules Game formats


Adult play should follow USAU 11th edition rules or WFDF rules. Field size will vary based on number and age of players.


Indoor play has a number of added rule variations including “change on the fly” that involves continuous play.


Game time should run 60-90 minutes based on schedule and fitness levels.


Format can include 7v7, 6v6, 5v5, and 4v4 played indoors and outdoors. Adjustments to rules and field size adjust accordingly. Variations in the game are encouraged at this stage so that facility availability is maximized and games are modified to meet the needs of the athletes.


Specialization Equipment required


Recommended training times


Season length 61


Participants encouraged trying all positions. Cleats or running shoes, disc(s), and cones.


Varies on the player’s interest in preparing for play. Attending games early to practice throwing and physical prepare is recommended.


Year round – based on league dates. In colder climates Ultimate should be played indoors during the winter season.


ULTIMATE CANADA LTAD


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