SPECIAL SHOOTINGS (šase and polueret)

biomechanics of movement | biomechanics of movement 2/4

25/01/2018

ŠASE (shootings on the side)

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POLUERET (shooting with a twist)

If we have implemented well the methods of learning „handball education 1/4" the children have good movement bio-mechanics of shooting off the floor, the more advanced ones perform it from the first step and every-one is capable of doing it quickly and fairly precisely. The logical continuation of learning of special shots, in the first stage of the same biomechanic structures, with different endings in the second phase of the movement.

 

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