Analysis – How Revolution Clinched the Win Against Fury at WUCC

In this video Noah looks at the last few points of the Women’s World Clubs Final between the Colombians and the Americans – a thriller which went to Universe Point, regarded as one of the most exciting Finals in the sport’s history.

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Catching – 4 part series

Everything you ever wanted to know about catching (plus loads of things you never asked for) are covered in this 4-part series from Felix. Available to Training Tier patrons only, this 2018 brain-dump covers the 6 basic types of catching, the variables which affect your catch, what the ‘ideal’ catching technique could be, how to train to improve the consistency and the versatility of your catching, and catching under pressure. Currently the first two modules are published, with the remaining 2 modules to be published in the coming months. Read more…

Travis Norsen’s Games with Modifications / Conditions

In this patron-only training article, Travis explains the two different types of game modifications or constrictions which can be applied during scrimmages, which he prefers, and provides a number of examples of modifications he has found to work well with a youth team training hex-style. Training Tier patrons can view the article here.

Hive Training Program and Pledge Drive

Hive launch our very first pledge drive! Register your support through Patreon here: https://patreon.com/hiveultimate

Felix lays out what’s available for patrons, and talks through why September is the perfect month to sign up – to make use of our catalogue of training drills, the hive training program, and our discord. Help us on the road to 300 patrons!

Flags

Flags is a great game for 2-5 players of any level to work on throwing/catching and a few other skills, with initial similarities to ‘piggy in the middle’. Offence pass the disc around, aiming to pass over a line marked out by ‘flags’ (or cones, or water bottles), whilst a defender tries to intercept. This 15 minute Training Tier video explains the rules in full, features footage of the game being played semi-competitively, and has Felix explaining the game to a group of 20 players of mixed ability who then try it out.
Full video available to Training Tier patrons on Patreon.

Why was The World Games so exciting?

Luke asks why the World Games 2022 was so exciting, and what can be learned from the event and taken to WUCC and WUGC.

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Hive Ultimate Feedback 2022

Hey everyone, we wanted to collect some feedback about the content we’ve made in the last year (ish). Your feedback will help us steer the ship over the next year so that we create the kind of content you want to see. It’ll take less than 5 minutes, and we’ll start looking at the response on Monday, August 29th.

https://forms.gle/hQVzSBzdrxuoz5Lc9

Thanks for taking the time,

Hive

4 Offensive Mistakes – Predictability (4/4)

Noah talks about the predictability of modern offences, and how opposition coaches should plan to exploit this predictability like they do in other sports.

Director’s Commentary on this episode with Noah and Felix: https://www.patreon.com/posts/70139468.

2 Most Common Mistakes in Hex Offence

As Hexagon Offence becomes more prevalent, Felix has noticed some recurring mistakes within teams who have implemented the principles, and in this video takes a look at Colombia’s recent World Games performance to explain what those mistakes are and how to solve them.

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