Handball Drill Demonstration
B is the feeder who throws the introduction pass 1 (either to A or to B).
Player A runs towards wingplayer E and passes to E.
E goes in between the two defenders and passes to A only when the defender really 'grabs' E. A retreated backwards in the meanwhile and comes in again at full speed, receiving the pass from E and quickly passes the ball to the incoming C, who goes directly to the defender and passes to D when the defender really attacks him. D throws at the goal.
B now plays his first pass to C and the shot will finally come from player E.
Passing and receiving should always occur in full motion after being attacked by defender.
Before passing always look forward to the goal, to keep pressure on the defence.
If passes A-C and C-A are too long: decrease the distance between them.
Drill tags: ball circulation, handball, passing, possession