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Levels of Contact allows coaches to plan effective practices through a step-by-step approach to teaching the fundamentals — so players can build skills and gain confidence in limited full contact environments.
Drill is run unopposed and without contact.
Drill is run against a bag or soft-contact surface.
Drill is run at an assigned speed until the moment of contact with one player as the predetermined “winner.” Contact is above the waist, and players stay on their feet
Drill is run at competitive speed through the moment of contact. There is no predetermined “winner.” Contact is above the waist, players stay on their feet and a quick whistle ends the drill.
Drill is run in game-like conditions. This is the only time players are taken to the ground.