The shooter has 10 shots from under the post while the rebounder has to defend each shot and then collect the rebound.
Players should then change roles and the exercise is then repeated from a little further out.
Shooter must balance before taking the shot and should also follow her shot and attempt the rebound against the defence.
Make it a competition - each player has 3 rounds each of 10 shots. Who can score the most?
Blue player 1 dodges to receive from blue 2. The player inside the circle then returns the pass and dodges again.
Before being allowed to make the shot the circle player must receive 5 passes.
After 5 passes the defender takes the rebound, moves out of the circle and becomes the feeder so all 3 players rotate.
The three attackers start at the transverse line and must make five passes before passing to shooters.
A further five passes must be made before a shot can be made.
The attackers should be aiming to receive the ball on the edge of the circle when they come to pass to shooters.
Blue player 1 dodges to receive from blue 2. The player inside the circle then returns the pass and dodges again. Before being allowed to make the shot the circle player must receive 5 passes. After 5 passes the defender takes the rebound, moves out of the circle and becomes the feeder so all 3 players rotate.
White player 1 throws to Blue player 1, then runs quickly into circle and receives ball back. White player 1 then shoots, collects the ball, and passes to Red player 1, before joining the back of the Red player's line. Red player 1 does the same from the other side and the drill continues.
One shooter from each side runs out and into the circle. X passes the ball to the free shooter who balances then shoots. Defender should defend the shot and also work to receive rebound and then return the ball to X.
Player 1 feeds the ball for player 2 to reach out and retrieve with or without a jump Players to be 1m apart as this will increase reactions
3 stage progression drill aimed at improving defenders ability to be first to rebounds. Players split into pairs. Stage 1 - attacking players starts behind defending player. On the coaches signal, attacker tries to get round the defender, with the defender using their body to prevent the attacker from reaching the ball. Attacker and defender switch after every go. Stage 2 - same as above but the movement is initiated by the defending player bouncing the ball. Stage 3 - same again with the movement starting after the attacker has taken a shot. The defender here is trying to be the first to claim the ball off the rebound.
White player 1 throws to Red player 1 and then follows in to mark and catch the rebound from the Red player's shot. The White player returns the ball to the next player in their line and joins the back of the Red player's line. The Red player in turn joins the back of the White player's line.
Player 2 moves into the circle to receive a ball from blue player 1. Blue 1 immediately moves in to take up the rebound position with the defender (green player 1) and battle for the rebound. If the shot is put up from A, the rebound position is the area marked by the semi circle. The player must guard this area from her opponent.
One shooter from each side runs into the circle. X passes the ball to one of them, who balances then shoots. Shooter not used defends the shot and then returns the ball to X.
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