The equipment is placed on the field as indicated in image number 1.
The players are positioned on the field as indicated in image number 2.
When the instructor blows the whistle, the assistant referee begins to perform the exercise as indicated in the numerical sequence.
When the assistant referee is positioned in line with the second last defender, the instructor makes another signal with the whistle for the players to start the action.
A player shoots at goal and the ball rebounds from the goalkeeper towards an attacker. There may or may not be an offside infringement with regards to the player gaining advantage by his position.
Once the action is finished, the assistant referee cools down for the indicated time and performs the same exercise in the opposite direction.
The four groups start the action at the same time.
The assistant referee starts the exercise from cone nº 1 (5 metres from the halfway line) with a forward run (10 m) to cone nº 2, followed by a deceleration run (3 m) to cone nº 3. He finishes with a forward run towards the decision-making area.
The assistant referee positions himself in line with the second last defender and decides whether or not a player in an offside position gains an advantage by being in that position.
The assistant referee tries to get rid of the interferences that result from the instructor’s presence. He neutralizes the distraction and focuses his attention solely upon the relevant stimuli of the action.
A player kicks the ball towards the goal. The goalkeeper makes a save and the ball rebounds towards the other players who are constantly changing position near the goal area. One of the attackers moves from an offside position to gain an advantage.
The instructor blows the whistle at 30 second intervals, coordinates the groups taking part in the exercise and controls the execution of the exercise technique.
The instructor takes up a position from where he can judge the situation and make relevant observations.
The instructor positions himself in front of the assistant referee and tries to distract him with words, under any pretext whatsoever.