Focus: Teaching the skaters to know when they have reached the limits of their own abilities to stop quickly in order to not 'accidentally' cut track.
Part 1: Get everyone skating around the track, skating at 70%, coach blows the whistle, the skater aims to stop immediately, the coach blows a second whistle – if the skater can’t stop before the second whistle they should get used to taking a knee rather than trying to stop. Repeat at 80% and 90% of speed. The coach slowly shortens the gap between the two whistles they blow.
Part 2: Groups of 3: 2 blockers, 1 jammer. The jammer goes at a relative speed (similar to that that challenges their ability to stop), the blocker pushes or hits the jammer out of bounds – jammer falls to knees if they can't stop immediately and re-enter legally behind the blockers.
The aim to get jammer used to knowing when too fast is for them to stop and to avoid cutting track, they fall down this allows them to crawl out of bounds before standing back up legally.