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Handler Cutting

March 27th, 2014 | Cutting, Handling | 0 Comment

The Basics There is a principle I want to start with here that transcends the position on the field that you're making your cut (downfield, handler, whatever). This is probably the most important cutting principle anyone can learn: take what the defense is giving you. If ...


Effective Coaching of Drills

As an intermediate player I used to wonder why our captains and coaches insist on running the same drills over and over again. Frankly, I found it boring! I assumed drills, like warming up and stretching, was a waste of time. I used to be all about the scrimmage at the end ...


Why You Should Play Club Ultimate

February 27th, 2014 | Practice, Psychology | 5 Comments »

Or more specifically...why college players should play club ultimate. Playing Ultimate shouldn't be reserved just for half of the year. The feeling of skying someone who has been talking trash the whole day, getting to lay out for the winning goal and have grass stains ...


The Mexican Offence

January 22nd, 2014 | Main, Offense, Plays, Systems | 20 Comments »

Many of you are familiar with the vertical, horizontal and spread offence but not many of you have heard about the Mexican Offence. It's relatively new and was developed by Felix Shardlow from Brighton Ultimate in 2012. It's not for every team but depending on the types of ...