Lateral Pull Movement by Brummie
This is a great way of moving the disc after receiving a pull, while ensuring that you move the disc laterally and generate good throwing opportunities
Start with two offensive handlers, A and B, lined up on the endzone line along with a cutter, C. A defender, D1, should line up opposite them level with the brick mark
A > B > C > D1
- B simulates catching the pull; this is the signal for D1 to chase after A
- This is best done by having B throw the disc up to themselves, or by an audible
Brummie says:The exact distance that the defender starts away from the offence isn’t important; we are trying to simulate receiving a pull.
You'll know you're doing this well if A has a simple, uncontested throw to C
If D1 over-commits then there’s always the possibility of A running straight past them for a deep throw; keep the defender on their toes!
To make this more difficult, add a second defender and/or chase harder!