Catch & Pass with Dave Ellis with Dave Ellis
In this series, Dave is in Bristol, England conducting a 6 week Catch Pass program (yes 6 weeks!) with the UK Premiership team - Bristol Bears.
Part 1. Hand, Eye Reaction Drills 10:36 Member content
In the first of this new series, we go over hand eye reaction drills with Dave Ellis. Enjoy!
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Sisa Ntlabati New Zealand
great ball passing skills being taught here, ball gets to the target and at required speed.
Edwin Silkstone England
Thanks for demonstrating a great drill develop the Punch Pass technique Dave, along with the associated features to increase the players awareness and reaction times.
Lonny Levi Thailand
nice videos! excellent stuff Ben Herring and all…Lonny LEVI #chiangraibears Northern Thailand Rugby
I really like it, Specially the players are enjoying while there the passing & focusing on basic pass it very important to all rugby players & I can see each & ever time their is progression in the drill & it can be challenging to them
hugo juarez Argentina
very practical and funny!!!
Michael Squires Australia
Great drill with some key focus points
Muir Kara Spain
love it, the technique against the fence and also not over rolling the pass is simple but effective
matthew persanis USA
how does player know whom to pass too?
Shaun Mason Great Britain & Northern Ireland
I particularly like the idea of using a physical barrier to discourage the over rotation of the upper body. Simple but very effective.
Tyler Leggatt Canada
Thank you Dave!! Been advocating for a modification of this “Punch-Pass” for years! IMO… The ball ROLLS off the hand… it is not “spun” or turned by the wrist as is commonly misinterpreted by those trying to coach the “Punch-Pass”. Look up “Spin-Pass” on the internet… innumerable photos of hands in supinated position (ie. pinky rotating under wrist vs over). WELL DONE!
Carter Croft England
Very good demonstration, good to be reminded of the skills. Carter Croft
Marcel van Kuilenburg Netherlands
Good technique for playing a fast ball
Steve Botha South Africa
I like the drill a lot to improve hand speed as well as peripheral vision. Definitely us it.
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