P1 Drills Nurser y Drills Drill 4 Drill

P1 Drills Nurser y Drills Drill 4 Drill

P1 Drills Nurser y Drills Drill 4 Drill 5 Drill 3 Drill 2 Drill 5 Extra Drill Drill 1 Drill 4 Drill 3

Drill 2 Drill 1 Main areas for development 1. Locomotor skills 2. Body Management Skills 3. Object Control Skills 4. Team interaction Skills Locomotor skills

Body Management Skills Object Control Skills Team interaction Skills Crawling Running Hopping Skipping Jumping Dodging Rolling Stopping Balancing Climbing Landing Twisting Throwing

Catching Kicking Striking Dribbling Bouncing Roll / Jab lifting Passing Team races Drill Area 1 Ladder and jumping drills Locomotor Skills Progressions Do drills on 1 foot Do drills with hands on head Do drills as a race Replace ladders with hurdles With hurdle try to encourage touching toes for each jump 2 Feet together and jump forward

through ladder 2 Feet together and 2 Feet together and jump Sideways jump forward 2 back through ladder 1 Click here to see drill animation Drill Area 2 Ladder and jumping drills Locomotor and body management Skills Progressions Bounce ball at each cone Pass ball back at last cone Make player circle each cone Move cones closer together Run / Hop / Crawl In and out through cones

Caterpillar Race Dribble ball through Hold ankles of player cones in front of you Drill Area 3 Stopping and Striking Object control and locomotor Skills Coach and player start on end line Coach rolls the ball to the edge of the small square and player chase's it stops it and shoots into goal Click here to See drill animation Progressions Race against other team 1 ball per player Make goals smaller Add cones player has to avoid when chasing the ball Drill Area 4 Striking and Passing Square

Object control and interactive Skills Progressions Race against other team Make cone goals smaller Player a has 3 balls and the object of the game is to pass (kick or strike) the 3 balls around the square one by one as fast as they can. Click here to see drill animation Drill Area 5 Balloon tennis / Gaelic Hand-pass Tennis Object control and interactive Skills All Players on each team touch the ball / balloon and then get it over the net Other team try to catch the ball pass it around and hit back over the net Click here to see drill animation Progressions Use hurleys with balloon Make net higher

Extra Drill Area Free Cone drills Locomotor and body management Skills Progressions Add more players and cones 2 players have to swap positions without letting middle player know they are going to run 1 player stands at centre cone with 3 or 4 players spread out at the outer cones. Players at outer cone have to run to a free cone Cannot run to the cone next to them Click here to see drill animation

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