String by Brummie
A simple yet effective mechanism for generating and maintaining offensive flow
String is best run when receiving a pull, so the setup can vary dramatically.
A handler, G, starts with the disc in the middle third of the field’s width. A reset handler, H, stays behind the disc. The cutters form a “string”; i.e. an ordered chain, with A cutting first, B second, and so on. Their precise placement in the stack is irrelevant, so long as they can avoid being picked.
D1 > A > D2 > B > D3 > C > D4 > E > D5 > F
- Begin with cutter isolated
Brummie says:String is a highly dynamic drill where the exact angles between cutter and thrower can vary dramatically depending on the precise speed and angle of each throw and the timing of cutters. As such, the deep throwing shapes shown in this drill are samples; pick the one that most closely matches the scenario you find yourselves in.