The stack pass series is a powerful way of passing with pressure. It doesn’t require speed – just solid technique and massive amounts of pressure to melt your opponent.
When stacking (either double or single), a common defense is to post their arm on your hip. This makes it difficult go generate the amount of pressure needed to finish. That is when this technique comes in handy – the post chop.
Watch the posture my legs adopt (I call the flamingo pose), as it is vital to get the best results.
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