Pass B1-B2-B3-B4 who throws at the goal.
R1 blocks the ball and starts for the fast break and takes the position of B4.
The same with B3 and R2.
The same with B2 and R3.
- fore-arms nearly next to eachother
- elbows bent towards eachother
- look in betweem you almost closed fore-arms, in this way the ball can never hit your face
- keep enough muscle tension on the arms and fingers
B1 dribbles around the cone and throws at the goal from 9 metres.
R moves sidewards and blocks.
Both sides line up facing one another, with the ball starting on opposite sides.
The player who starts with the ball throws to the player opposite them who then returns the ball. They then throw the second player on the opposite side who also returns the ball. Finally they throw the ball across to the third player on the opposite side who then returns the ball.
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B1,B2 and B3 throw just along side their defenders after passing with them first.
Attackers should always be in a forward motion when reveiving the pass.
- center shot when running
- center shot hip height
- center shot knee height
The rather passive defender only shows the attacker where to throw : defender has hands high --> attacker should decide for a shot at hip of knee height. Defender has hands low --> attacket decedis to throw with a high shoulder height center shot or running shot.
5 throws and then change positions with defenders or left, center, right
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