Players stand on one leg and jump sidewards three jumps to the right and three back to the left again.
Jumps should be done not too fast : jump stand and bend knee slightly and jump again.
Series of 3x6 jumps.
Have your players jump 3 to 5 series after a good warming-up or at the end of your training session.
Groups of players transport all kinds of objects (balls, boxes, shirts, bags etc) across the bridge to the other side.
Who will finishe first?
Set up as shown with feeders on either side of the area, and players behind mats who will be shooting.
These players do a summersault on the mat before standing up, receiving a pass from the feeder and shooting.
Players walk along the benches to improve balance and co-ordination, these are vital skills that will be very important when coming down from a jump shot.
Players can start to add variety to the drill through a number of different styles.
1. Without a ball.
2. Whilst holding a ball, make a full turn in the middle of each bench.
3. With a ball in one outstretched hand.
4. Whilst circling the ball around their waist.
5. Whilst circling the ball around their head.
6. Whilst taking big steps and moving the ball under the front leg after every step.
7. Whilst throwing the ball up and catching it again.
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