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Kicking under Pressure

Discussion in 'Skills, Coaching, Admin, Umpires' started by chuckafl1, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. chuckafl1

    chuckafl1 Draftee

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    Does anyone know some drills I can do to help to kick under pressure? I'm pretty shocking. Thanks in advance
     

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  2. schmuttt

    schmuttt Premium Platinum

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    Just do drills with at least one other person applying light pressure (Chasing you, very light tackling) and go from there.
     
  3. chuckafl1

    chuckafl1 Draftee

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    thanks
     
  4. phantom13

    phantom13 Moderator

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    also practise being quick hand to foot. Throw the ball out in front try to gather at speed and release the ball, control the kick to a target.
     
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  5. chuckafl1

    chuckafl1 Draftee

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    thanks, I tried it in my backyard it was very fun. Has helped lots.
     
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  6. bkozican

    bkozican Norm Smith Medallist

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    Kicking under pressure all starts with first gathering the ball. Maybe work on the one had pickup. A quicker pick up will give you more time to release the footy. Also learn how to kick on both feet, The pressure wont be as great if you can dispose of the footy on both feet. I think the only real thing you can do is have live drills, pressure being applied in as many situations as possible. Practice makes perfect
     
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  7. El Dubya

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    Practice getting hit, then you won't feel as much pressure, because you know you won't be hurt too badly.
     
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