(1-3)-2-1 Zone, aka 4-2-1, aka Wall. In the diagram, forcing flick. There are variations forcing both sidelines, here we do not. Blue is offense. The 4 person cup, composed of 1 mark (4) and 3 wall players (1,2,3), is ideally forcing and then trapping a sideline. Each member of the wall is responsible primarily to the gap to their right. The mark is allowing NO break around throws. As the 1 in the wall protects against their right gap, this means they are a safety net for risky inside skinnies thrown by the handler. The wall tries to stay connected. The two wings and deep deep have to cover a lot of space. the deep deep is pretty traditional. The break side wing is helping in the break deep space, but hoping to come down with a floaty around throws or hammer looks. The force side wing (6) is guarding against normal upfield looks, and can crash in with cutters. When the disc is on the force sideline, the force side wing is heavily involved with the cup as displayed.
Inicio de jugada para retorno de pull, Todos deberán realizar dos cortes para habilitarse y h1 deberá elegir entre algún cortador entre los primeros 5 segundos de posesión y entre algún Handler en los últimos 4 segundos de posesión (no esperar al 10 para lanzar). Cada ronda, se rotarán posiciones entre Handlers por un lado y Cortadores por otro. Siempre terminar la recepción con un frenado y lanzamiento simulado.
We know what a continuation looks like once we've moved the disc upfield to a cutter. This drills goal is to illustrate what happens when we get into a higher stall count and the handler needs to look for a reset. When this happens the back of the stack should wait and anticipate which side of the field the disc will get swung to and time their cuts to be open as the disc is reset. Rotation is as follows: 8>1>9>2>7>6>5>4>3
In this drill we're looking to move the disc upfield, looking to bump the disc back toward our handlers for the downfield continuation. The goal of this drill is to provide another option for a downfield continuation, working on our cut timing. Drill starts with 4 downfield cutters in a horizontal stack. Disc is centered on any on the 3 handler positions. Rotation as follows 6>1>2>3>4>5
In this drill we're looking to move the disc upfield, flowing through the cutters. The goal behind this drill is to refine our paired cutter movements as well as timing a deep cut off our first downfield throw. Drill starts with 4 downfield cutters in a horizontal stack. Disc is centered on any on the 3 handler positions. Rotation as follows 6>1>2>3>4>5
Step one is front of stack is ISO. If they don't get open and the disc is swung, the ISO will fill the middle handler position and 1 will cut upline, becoming the new ISO. Back of stack takes a cut to either corner of the endzone. 4/1 can swap with 5 if they're tired for a new ISO player.