Training GIFS

OFFENSIVE PLAYS

FROM THE FRONT

requires some eye contact/communication and patience.


THE POST:

1-2 blockers
Blocker comes in and posts up on an opposing blocker (NOT the one your jammer is pushing on) to create a hole for your Jammer. If that blocker gets past you, just stay where you are, their wall has been disrupted at the very least and it is better to stay there and not keep them in play if they recapture the jammer.
F-Post

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE CAP:
1-2 blockers
Blocker comes in and positions herself on the line just in front of the opposing wall, the jammer baits/pushes the opposite side of the wall to get them to collapse and move forward, when the time is right the blocker caps the opposing blocker, creating a hole on the line for the jammer.
F-Cap

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BRACE BREAKER
1 blocker
Blocker comes in and positions herself next to the brace, gets low, aims for the ribs, and hit the brace in the ribs to take them out (hopefully make them lost their breath) and displace the wall so the jammer can get momentum and break free.
F-Brace-Breaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE SLIDING DOOR
3-4 blockers
Blockers come back in a “square” formation in front of the 2 inside opposing blockers, to stand post and prevent them from doing anything. Jammer initiates a quick hit to the #2 opposing blocker, then immediately the #3 opposing blocker and start pushing forward. Once the #3 and #4 blockers are in line with the front two blockers, they take out #3&#4 and create a hole in the middle for the jammer.

F-Sliding-Door

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FROM THE BACK

requires hand signals from jammers to blockers (what play, then when to go), typically for power jams.

STAMPEDE
all blockers
When jammer signals to go, everyone rushes up to create chaos, aim to remove an opposing Blocker from being effective in their wall. After 3 seconds, stop and let the jammer push if she hasn’t broken through already.

B-Stampede

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NARWHAL
1 blocker
When jammer signals to go, one blocker skates up and targets 1 opposing blocker to remove from their defensive line, creating a hole for the jammer. After 3 seconds, stop and let the jammer push if she hasn’t broken through already.

B-Unicorn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SNAKE
all blockers
Jammer baits the defensive wall to the outside while the blockers snake around the defensive wall with the last blocker capping the inside opposing blocker creating a clear path on the inside. The other 3 blockers are holding the rest of the wall so they can’t recycle up and capture the jammer.
B-Snake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 BAT WINGS
2 blockers
While the jammer is approaching, the inside and outside offensive blockers skate up and position themselves around the inside and outside defensive blockers. When the jammer is close, blockers apply some force that will open up holes in the wall. The jammer needs to be ready to take whatever holes happen, this will change depending on how the defense decided to counter the move.

B-Parenthesis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAM LINE STARTS

 jammer communicates before lining up. Indicates  which blocker who is providing the offense.

SLIDING DOOR
all blockers
Line up in front, at 5 seconds, blockers for the “square” formation in front of the 2 inside opposing blockers, to stand post and prevent them from doing anything. Jammer initiates a quick hit to the #2 opposing blocker, then immediately the #3 opposing blocker and start pushing forward. Once the #3 and #4 blockers are in line with the front two blockers, they take out #3&#4 and create a hole in the middle for the jammer.

S-Sliding-Door

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE UNICORN
1 blocker
Take back wall. Jammer picks blocker to immediately skate up and hit/move/disable an opposing blocker to create hole.

THE  RAM
1 blocker
Take back wall. Jammer picks blocker to use as a battering ram and push through the seam of two opposing blockers to create hole.

 

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