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C should be sure to keep swivelling their head to see both cutter and thrower, follow where the disc is.
Listen for up calls and readjust position as disc moves.
Think about what thrower wants, think about what throws are tough to make. Defense isn’t all about getting blocks
The biggest takeaway is that defensive positioning should change relative to where the disc is!
Use this drill to practice:
A thrower, A, is on the sideline marked by D1 who applies a force middle mark. Another handler, B, is positioned on the far sideline marked by D2 who also applies a force middle mark. A cutter, C, is positioned slightly upfield from B and guarded by D3. The area used in the drill can be marked as a box, no deeper than 18m, i.e. the same size as an endzone.