Timing Cuts & Setting up Continuation by Brummie
Offence is easiest when defenders are out of position, and this happens most often when the disc moves to uncover new angles of attack.
Throws are easiest to get off when there is no mark, and at the point that the disc is caught the marker is still catching up. For more on this topic, see . Therefore, many offensive systems plan not only to […]
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Read the first chapter: Changing angles of attack
Also in Essentials:
- Making Cuts
- Sealing the Lane
- Milking the disc
- Jink Cuts
- Lateral Cutting
- Combining cuts
- Isolating defenders
- Engaging Defenders
- Timing Cuts & Setting up Continuation
- Handler-led vs Cutter-led Offences