Focus: Practising legal contact into a wall as a jammer
Could have several groups or one or two bigger groups for this drill.
Drill: In a group have a four wall, holding a flat 'web' wall across the track. One at a time get a line of jammers to approach the wall and engage with speed towards the wall. If they legally move a member of the wall out of the position they get to take that skaters place in the wall and the blocker becomes a jammer instead, joining the back of the jammer line.
This is about encouraging more experienced skaters to be more precise with their movement so they do not have to reduce speed upon entering the engagement zone. If they can place a hit with momentum it will have more impact - this is something to encourage only with skaters who have control already.
With newer skaters it would be better to approach the wall at a slower pace just to get used to the motions of where to push the blockers legally in order to get them moving.
This drill was invented by Surrey Rollergirls, Crazy Cat Lady.