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  • Intro to Cutting
      • Your Cuts! Should be “sharp like cheddar” (and crisp like bacon)
      • Here is a simple 3-step sequence of cuts:
        • Go deep /downtown
        • Come in /”under”
        • 7-cut to breakside/clear
  • Step 1: The Deep Cut Goin' downtown
  • Scenario: ho stack forcing forehand...
  • a) stack up closer to the handler! (gives you room or "space"   to move in this white box)
  • b) anticipate the swing before going deep
  • swinging...
  • swinging... again!
  • now start busting deep! at least 4-6 steps "downtown"
  • you opened up some space on the far right of the field here, now go thataway!
  • you opened up some space on the far right of the field here, now go thataway!
  • the other inside cutter is going breakside, to clear
  • yay! you're gonna pull down that huck!
  • Deep Pitfalls
    • 1) You cut too early, the handler isn't ready to huck!
    • 2) You cut too late, stall count is high
    • 3) You started too far away from the thrower (no space to work)
    • 4) You cut directly away from the thrower (only): throw goes over your head and is hard to read
    • 5) You cut directly to the open space without "opening a window": defender has an easier time
  • Step 2: the Lobster Cut If the deep look is pump faked off / is not viable, what next?
  • in theory yellow space is open... but "D" is guarding that space now
  • what if you go   "downtown"... (as if going deep)
  • taking at least 4-6 steps (running stride)
  • and defense goes deep too...?
  • just chop your feet (get   low), plant, and   lobster cut back /   "come in"    to the open space!
  • zomg nice gainer!
  • In-cut pitfalls
    • 1) You only juked / did not take 4-6 steps going deep:
    •      Defender does not "buy" the cut or commit hips, and thus they stay with you as you come in :(
    •        Solution: sell the cut! make them "respect the deep threat" by taking at least 4-6 steps and seeing when they commit hips
    • 2) You run too far downfield (12-20 steps):
    •      Uh oh, too far away from handler, by the time you come in it's too late
    • 3) Not angling cut towards the open (yellow) space / "passing lane"
  • Step 3: Clearing / 7-cut How to clear out
  • forcing forehand... "go-to drill" distance away
  • in theory yellow space is open... but "D" is guarding that space now
  • maybe you went deep but it's not viable
  • you come in after planting for a nice in-cut... but the D is right there!
  • good thing you "opened a window", that is: cut way to the open side to "open a window" of space...
  • now cut horizontal to use the window space
  • yay! you catch here or a I/O flick to break the mark
  • 7-cut pitfalls
    • 1) You come too close to the handler (electric fence!)
    •      Handler sadface
    • 2) You cut towards the handler rather than to open space:
    •      There's no window!
    • 3) You cut to open space but not towards the sideline:
    •      Window is too small, 7-cut fail
    • 4) You cut back in the direction from whence you came:
    •      Uh oh, you're using up someone else's new cutting lane!
  • You did it! 1) Deep look 2) Coming in 3) 7-cut to clear out