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Left-handers should shoot with their right foot in front, right-handers shoot with their left foot in front As you wind up to shoot get your hand at the same height as your shoulder and then pull the ball backwards. Your forearm should form a 90 degree angle with upper-arm Hip turns backwards together with the hand behind the ball with your fingers slightly spread. The third and final step involves moving forwards with a large and explosive drive - planting the 'weak' foot in the direction of the goal as the hand, arm and hips move forwards in the final movement.
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White player 1 passes the ball to green player 1 stood just inside the 6 metre line. Green player 1 should drive onto the ball and pivot in front of blue player 1, to prevent them from intercepting green player 1's pass into the path of white player 1. White player 1 then dribbles the ball across to white player 2 and the drill starts again on the other side.
Pass B2-B1-B2 and B2-B3-B2 etc. Feint (dummy) pass to 'wing player' before passing back.
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Run forward until the cone and catch and pass. variations : - center shot with pressure into the direction of the goal, threatening to throw at the goal - center shot with pressure into the direction of the goal, threatening to throw at the pivot - jump shot (3,2,1 step rythym, jump off with 'wrong' foot - push pass - bounce pass - with both hands
Pass from A to B and back to A again who shoots at the goal. Pass from D to E and back to D again who shoots at the goal. Pass from B to C and back to B again who shoots at the goal. Pass from E to C and back to E again who shoots at the goal. Defenders 1 and 2 try to prevent goalshots.
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I would like to ask on the basic,but best attacking formation for school pupils
Can we dribble using two hands in handball as like basketball?????
Hey. I am 14 years old,186cm tall (6'11) and I weight 81 kg(178 pounds). I am right-handed and I play left back,but I also play right back often,because in team, we don't have high left-handed players ,so left backs play on both positions.
I want to start shooting with left hand, but I don't know how to start working on it and make the shoot strong as shoot with right hand(or strong enough so I can score with left hand).
Can you give me tips,or training plan,so I would know what should I do to make it strong as my right hand?
Thanks in advance
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