Training Indoors with Ben Herring
When faced with a wet day outside and playing pitches closed, these are great indoor drills with players learning new skills and having some fun.
Part 1. Tackle Grip Detail - Indoor Training 8:51 Member content
As Ben explains, faced with a wet day outside and playing pitches closed, these are great indoor drills with players learning new skills and having some fun. Enjoy!
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juan pedro checchi Argentina
thanks! they only issue I see is that the drills set´s the support player at 45°, and if the pass if inside the deffense it would be probably be a flat pass…
Luiz Melo Brazil
Amazing content! thanks
Quinton Ho Australia
Ha good stuff! I call this the “chicken wing pass.” Very effective in a 2 v 2 situation when the ball carrier bangs out the fend with the non-carrying arm.
Stephen Woulfe Ireland
Great simple video breaking down how to teach the offload to kids????
Andrew James Arden Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Brilliant stuff! No more abandoned midweek sessions due to waterlogged pitches! :-) Really innovative ideas to work on tackle detail.
Carter Croft England
I met Ben at the Hurricanes some years ago, he has become an awesome coach. Great use of props. Brilliant
Aaron Callaghan New Zealand
Awesome Ben great thought process
Ronnie Mata Taurarii New Zealand
Really great for youth players to build knowledge and confidence while being safe in best practise for tackling and dissolving doubt pre tackle and bad habits.
horacio speranza Argentina
Muy tips para mejorar la tecnica del tackle .
Hamish Webb England
Great for younger players who often keep their head too far away from the tackled player. It is safer and a better, tighter tackle when they use their head and neck. It helps keeps the head on the correct side as well. Our league cousins call it shoulder stick. Pulling back with the arms/shoulders and pushing forward with the legs sticks the tacklers shoulder to the opponent.
DARREN YOUNG Australia
fantastic ways to enforce the refined micro skills of the tackle in an indoor or enclosed environment.great understanding that these 1% can make so much difference
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