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Notes From A Contrarian Coach: Marking Differently (AKA Footblock Propaganda)
The case for introducing footblocks to fundamental marking strategy.
Jun 25, 2019 by Ariel Jackson in Analysis, Opinion with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: Make the Most Out of Your Mark, Presented By Spin Ultimate
An effective mark is one that helps your teammates by keeping the force and protecting players who may be exposed on one side of the…
Feb 26, 2019 by Alex Rummelhart in Opinion with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: Your Practice Plan Starter Kit, Presented By Spin
Get what you need to build smart practices from the best of the Tuesday Tips archives.
Nov 6, 2018 by Ultiworld in Opinion with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: How To Take Your Mark To Next Level, Presented by Spin
Is your mark as good as it can be?
Sep 4, 2018 by AJ Klopfenstein in Opinion with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: The Art of Looking Over Your Shoulder, Presented By Spin
Good defenders know exactly when to check their blind spots.
May 22, 2018 by Alex Rummelhart in Opinion with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: Focusing On Hip Hinge To Increase Quickness, Presented By Spin Ultimate
A low, athletic stance can improve your pivoting, marking, cutting, and defense.
Aug 29, 2017 by Guest Author in Opinion with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: 8 Ways To Help Your Team From The Sideline, Presented By Spin Ultimate
Even when you're not on the field, you can be feeding your teammates energy an information.
Oct 18, 2016 by Guest Author in Opinion with 7 comments
Tuesday Tips: 3 Principles To Maximize Your Cup Defense, Presented By Spin Ultimate
A solid cup is the key to many zone defenses.
Jul 12, 2016 by Sion "Brummie" Scone in Opinion with 1 comments
Tuesday Tips: Using ‘Bonus Lessons’ To Learn Faster, Presented By Five Ultimate
A strategy for how to understand or teach the game faster.
Sep 8, 2015 by Sean Myers in Analysis with 7 comments
Stopping The Throw, Not The Thrower: On Aggressive Marks
When teams talk about pressuring their opponents on defense, most of them put a strong emphasis on aggressive marking.
Feb 27, 2013 by Glenn Poole in Analysis with 3 comments