At all levels of junior footy, you should rotate your players through a variety of positions. There will be situations where some players are obviously suited to better to key positions. As we still want to rotate players through all areas of the ground, it is also important to consider teaching some of your players […]
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Transitioning out of defence is one of the most important parts of your tactics on game day. Not only does it get you out of defence, but it can, if done quickly, move the ball into the forward line fast. One of the best ways to use this defensive to attacking tactic is when the […]
This week we will briefly talk about communication from your players. Communication from your players is important for many different reasons. We are going to break this down into two main areas: Communication on the field to players Communication to coaches Helping your players improve in both these areas will not only help your players […]
These diagrams can assist with your set ups for boundary throw ins at almost all levels and age groups. Making your players aware of tactical differences in the game contributes significantly to their overall development. Take a look through the diagrams below Mid Wrap With this boundary throw in set-up, we want to have […]
At Vida Footy, we use grids regularly in our sessions and holiday programs because they teach players at all levels fundamentals that directly help with real game situations. Grids can be employed at all levels, including tackers! Make sure you modify the grid so that they work and watch your players improve their tactics and […]
Our resident kicking specialist, Sav Rocca had an article published by the Herald Sun by reporter Jay Clark talking about the importance of specialized skills training in footy. At Vida footy, we belive in doing the extra work in making sure skills are developed at a young age. When Sav came on board, we continued […]