Duas filas, uma debaixo da tabela, com bolas, e outra debaixo do aro, situada a 45 graus.
O jogador da fila debaixo da tabela faz o passe para o seu colega que se encontra na fila contrária e este tem que finalizar sem driblar e saltando com os dois pés e as duas mãos.
Caso falhe o cesto deve ganhar o ressalto, mantendo as mãos acima, e voltar a executar o movimento até que a bola entre.
Após concluirem o exercício, ambos os jogadores devem ir para o fim da fila contrária, sendo que o que finalizou o lançamento deve ganhar o seu próprio ressalto.
Os jogadores devem manter as mãos acima após ganharem o ressaldo para impedirem que os adversários mais pequenos lhes roubem a bola.
Stand with your back facing the wall in the distance 1,5 to 2 metres. Throw the ball against the wall (use overhead throw), turn and catch the ball. The ball cannot bounce on the floor. You need to turn on both sides - right and after left.
With arms outstretched wait for the ball to come to your hands. As the ball reaches your hands, cushion the momentum by moving your hands to your chest. This will act to shield the ball as well and set you up for making a pass or moving the ball in the direction that you require.
Legs bent, hold the ball between the legs, one hand around the back of one leg, the other in front of the other, like in the image. Release the ball, imparting slight upward momentum. Rotate the torso to catch the ball with the alternate arms behind the leg and in front.
Stand upright with the ball behind your neck. Let the ball go and catch it behind the back.
Whilst dribbling one ball forwards 5m, throw another ball up and catch it in the other hand. Start slowly and build up speed. Forces the player to keep their eyes up.
Stand with feet shoulder width apart and hold the ball in front with both hands at the level of your chest. Drop theball, clap your hands behind your back and catch the ball before it bounces.
Hold the ball out in front of you in 2 hands. Throw the ball between your legs and catch it behind you in 2 hands. Torso and legs should remain still.
Stand with feet apart. Throw the ball in the air above the head. Let the ball fall to the floor. Catch it in two hands just after the ball bounces.
"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.
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