Past Articles from Kyle Weisbrod
Kyle Weisbrod is the coach of the U of Washington women’s team, Element. He has coached several teams including Monarch HS, Paideia Girls Varsity, and the US U19 Girls team. He began playing in 1993 at The Paideia School and has played for Brown University, Johnny Bravo, Chain Lightning, and Bucket. He was the UPA’s first Director of Youth Development and served on the Board of Directors. He currently resides in Seattle, WA and his articles are edited by the tremendous Diana B. Lerman. You can reach him by e-mail (email@example.com) or twitter (@kdubsultimate).
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Everyone at some point feels as though their improvement as a player has stalled. Here are some ways to make sure you don't let plateaus permanently derail your growth.
Feb 29, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 4 comments
It's one of the easiest ways to catch an opponent off-guard, so what and how should you practice to become an effective fast-break team?
Feb 3, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Analysis, Opinion with 13 comments
Get on the same page defensively with a comprehensive set of terminology.
Jan 27, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Analysis with 12 comments
Upsets in ultimate are rare. But the underdog can increase their chances with these strategies.
Jan 12, 2016 by Kyle Weisbrod in Analysis with 19 comments
How would you rule on these plays?
Dec 17, 2015 by Kyle Weisbrod in Analysis with 63 comments
Ditch offers a new path forward for our unique sport.
Nov 11, 2015 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 10 comments
How do you get players to apply skills learned in drills during game play? Change up your scrimmages to reinforce the concepts you practice.
Nov 3, 2015 by Kyle Weisbrod in Analysis with 16 comments
How exciting does a foul have to be for it to make the highlight reel?
Oct 23, 2015 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 52 comments
Improving our athlete development model should be about more than just increasing players' skills.
Oct 13, 2015 by Kyle Weisbrod in Opinion with 26 comments
Other sports don't ask young players to play on the same field or use the same equipment as adults.
Oct 6, 2015 by Kyle Weisbrod in Analysis with 33 comments