Here’s a more detailed look at the “backside-push”. The most efficient way to move around your crease. It’s like a c-cut but it starts with with your heel pointed outwards moving backwards. You don’t open up any unnecessary holes like with the t-push and it consumes less energy than several shuffles. Keep your upper body square to the shooter and rotate your legs into position. This movement can be used with behind the net play, cross-zone passes, simple angle adjustments and getting back to your posts. Many of you use this movement subconsciously because of its efficiency and simplicity.