Scoop and Score Drill
I have seen where some of you have mentioned adding a Scoop and Score Drill to your dynamic warmups. I want to add that to my warmup also but I am having some trouble trying to picture this. I would appreciate anyone who could describe how this drill looks.
Nathan, when we used it during Dynamic Warm-Ups, we would throw the ball at the ground or roll it fast end-over-end like a bowling ball towards players during Sprints. The players weren't allowed to stop or slow down to try and field it; they were required to continue to sprint full-speed and catch the ball while it was coming at them full-speed. Although players were picked randomly, most of the time the Scoop & Score drill was done with a starting defensive player. If they mis-handled or slowed down to field it, they were made to go back and start over.
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I teach scoop and score like a pick in rugby see below. We don't play it like baseball, it always bounces
I can explain it to you, I can't understand if for you.