The back is straight against the wall.
Knees in 90 degrees.
Do this drill after a good warming-up.
Work with series and repetitions.
Don't overload your players!
Start with lighter series, less repetitions and less seconds.
1. 12-14 year olds: 3 series of 3 repetitions - hold for 30 seconds.
2. older players: 3 series of 5 repetitions - hold for 60 seconds.
Lie on the floor on your back.Knees slightly bent. Lift your bottom until there is a straight line with the rest of the body.
Lift left leg and hold for a second.
Lift right leg and hold a second.
One player stands with his feet next to the head of a player who lies on the floor. The player on the floor may grab the other player's ankles.
Player on the floor raises his legs with straight knees to the hands of the standing player. The player standing grabs his feet and gently 'throws' the feet left, right or forward.
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