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Category Archives: Boxing Out
[If you haven’t already, see previous posts on boxing out and the relevant rules] You’re on offence. You’re chasing a disc, with a defender behind you, but still some distance from where you’ll catch it. What can you do to … Continue reading
Before we move on to the techniques of deliberately impeding your defender, we’d better be very sure we’ve got a thorough understanding of the rules. How much can you impede her? If there’s contact, who has fouled whom?
The term ‘boxing out’ refers in general to any attempt to make a catch by keeping an opponent away from the disc. However, there are 2 reasonably distinct things that tend to get lumped together under this one banner.