THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX AND PLAY OUTSIDE THE BOX

biomechanics of movement | biomechanics of movement 2/4 | psychomotor speed | psychomotor speed 2/4

25/02/2019

One of the most common doubts in working with children is how to teach Dora to catch a ball and make a long pass in motion without throwing "balloons".

The solution can be found in exercises like running the playground in pairs and in groups of three where we are looking from her to keep a certain distance, popular exercise "criss-cross or eight", etc.

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PLAYING WHILE FOULED

PLAYING WHILE FOULED

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PIVOT

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FOREHAND

FOREHAND

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FAST BREAK

FAST BREAK

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