Handler Offence by Brummie

This is one of our "Handler" lessons

Handler offence movements underpin almost everything that happens in ultimate. These are fundamental movements that can be used to reset the stall, relieve pressure, change the position of attack, or as an offence in their own right.

The basic premise of handler movements is that the game of ultimate is vastly simplified into a 1-on-1 or 2-on-2 situation in a small area. The small area, combined with quick footwork and a variety of release points makes handler […]

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