(voortbewegen met bal)
- tippen rechts
- tippen links
- afwisselend links/rechts tippen
- bal rollen, oppakken, rollen
- bal omhoog gooien, 1x laten stuiten opvangen
- bal omhoog gooien, opvangen
- achter rug omhoog gooien, voor weer opvangen
- bal om heup heen cirkelen
- bal onder knie door bij elke pas
- idem, met knieheffen
- bal voor je houden en lopen/hakken-billen/knieheffen
- werpschijnbewegingen maken in loop
- passeerbewegingen in loop
(moving with ball)
- dribble with right hand
- dribble with left hand
- dribble with left/right hand in turns
- roll ball, take it, roll it etc.
- throw ball into the air, let it bounce once and catch it etc.
- throw ball into the air and catch it etc.
- throw ball into the air and jump off to catch it etc.
- throws the ball from behind your back forward with two hands
- run and let ball circle around your waist.
- giveball under your knee to the other hand with every step
- same, now when you skip
- football dribbling
- keep ball in front : skippings, run, walk on tip-toe, walk on your heels, heels to bottom
- feint (dummy) when you run
- pass on when you run
Players have a ball each and go through different dribbling variations as instructed by the coach.
This gets your players running while also improving their hand-eye coordination.
Players stand approximately 10 metres apart from one another in a 3:3 attacking formation and pass the ball between themselves using a variety of passes.
The aim is to move the ball around quickly and accurately catching using one and two hands to receive the ball.
Set up two circles of cones across the width of the court.
Players run one at a time around the cones in a figure of 8 as quickly as possible. You can split your players into two groups in both halves of the court and run this exercise as a relay race - the first team to complete the figure of 8 running wins the race!
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
Give it a try - it's better in the app