LEARNING OF RECEIVING, PASSING AND SHOOTING

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05/02/2018

THE STORY ABOUT 10.000 REPETITIONS

THE TRADITIONAL CONCEPT

CATCHING THE BALL:

 A player catches the ball with both hands in a way that the thumbs are connected and other fingers create “basket” in which the ball gets in. At the time of receiving, the ball should be “pulled towards yourself” and thus compensate the contact.  For the lower catch, small fingers are connected.

THE MOST COMMON MISTAKES:

At the time of catching, open hands and movements as playing cymbals

Catching without compensating the contact

LEARNING METHODOLODGY:

  • demonstration of elements by the coach or players who perform them correctly
  • this methodology is based on constant pointing out the mistakes and ways to correct them.
  • when holding the ball with both hands, control the angle of thumbs – 90 degrees.
  • practice holding the less inflated ball of a proper size with
    one hand
  • from the very beginning, when receiving and passing the ball ask for an active stand
  • technical elements with the ball should be connected as soon as possible so that they have logical situational quality

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