Spaced out with swings by Annie Glasspool


When the offence are able to swing the disc, the defensive unit must move in reaction to offensive movement

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Players A, B and C set up as handlers. B has the disc.
Player E, F, and G set as receivers 15m away.
Defenders D1, D2, D3 form a cup around B



Step 1

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  • Setup

Step 2

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  • A, B and C swing the disc slowly between them. D1, D2 and D3 must move as a unit to prevent E, F or G from receiving the disc.

Step 3

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  • If a gap opens between the defenders, then the player with the disc must throw to one of the receivers.

Pre-Requisite Drills:


  • Annie Glasspool says:

    Defenders need to move at the pace of the slowest. They should understand that arriving as a unit is more important that having a single player in position quickly
  • Kimberly Yu says:


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