The game of Dodgeball is great for devising creative ways to attack. Here’s a few ideas.
- Aim for the best throwers first. You want to get them out, so they don’t eliminate any of your players.
- Point at a certain player casually and then throw at a different one. (the pointing can’t be too obvious)
- Here’s a neat play called the Statue of Liberty. Hold the ball behind your back, and then have one of your teammates run behind you, grab the ball, and then immediately throw for a shocker.
- Another from the play book could be synchronized running where you and a teammate run in a diagonal and cross paths, then throw.
- As soon as one of your opponents is hit, aim for another one. There’s that brief moment of time where people are stunned when one of their teammates get hit. It’s a great one-two punch.
- We haven’t tried this one, but maybe there is some sort of scream before attacking to shock your opponent. But then again, we want a lazy nonaware opponent. Once you yell, that perks them to be more attentive.
This is a part four of a seven-part series every Wednesday of Dodgeball strategies covering:
3) Throwing Techniques
4) Attack Strategies during the Game
5) Ball Control