Use these effective Aussie Rules drills as a steppingstone to improve your AFL kicking technique by yourself, increase your on-pitch adaptability and decision-making skills when playing under pressure. Warm Up Drill: Free Kicking For Quality
KICKING - ADVANCE DRILLS DRILL PASSED - MOVE ONTO NEXT DRILL: ¨ 15+ points scored DRILL PASSED - You are now a Kanga kicking champion: ¨ 40+ points PRACTISING ALONE - BOMB THE BIN: MIX IT UP - COMBINE KICKING TEST: PRACTICING WITH A PARTNER - RUNNING KICK TO MOVING TARGET: DRILL PASSED - MOVE ONTO NEXT DRILL: ¨ 10 successful kicks to partner
October 19, 2019 January 20, 2020 by swans05, posted in 20 Game Sense Drills Vol 1, Training Drills Here’s a simple kicking skill drill you can do on your own or with a mate or 2. The main focus is to straighten up your body (hips/shoulders) towards your target which is implicitly inserted into this drill by the use of the initial cones in ...
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For coaching Aussie Rules footballers aged U/14 to senior, this drill requires 15+ players, 6 cones and 2+ footballs. This is a handball exercise to practice quick handballing, long handballing and short kicking.
multi-kick drill June 23, 2021 June 23, 2021 by swans05 , posted in Training Drills What we have here is a drill that includes 4 specific scenario kicks used a lot during a game so is very representative of what happens on a Saturday.
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Aussie Rules, AFL Figure of 8 - Passing and Kicking Samples Players handball the ball along the short sides and kick pass along the diagonals.
Drill 2 – Kick to Triple leads. In this drill, there are two players – player A, who is based at the top of the 50-metre arc, and player B, based at the top of the goal square. The drill begins with player A throwing the ball up to themselves in the air. They grab the ball and get back off the mark.