Third exercise of the series about the 1 v 1 ran out entirely on the the rhombus.
With this exercise we work again and more on decision making and on the reaction of the players to understand the role, as attacker or defender during the development.
The individual transitions when the ball is recovered or lost become important, as the requirements are different and related to which stage of the exercise the players recover or lose the possession:
- Counterattack after a triangle pas to keep possession
- Front 1 v 1 duel after receiving from the teammate who won the ball
- 1 v 1 duel after a choice of the player in possession if to try individually or to look for a wall passing sequence with a third player
The objectives are always the coach the offensive phase, to finish as soon as possible, under three different types of opposing pressure that are related to the development of the moves:
- the defender in marking, or near, even before receiving the ball (the forward is not in possession)
- look for a cooperation of a teammate to solve the duel after the recovery
- the defender must change opponent as individual transition to defend phase