You can do this progression at home, in your driveway, in the garage, or at the gym. You just need 20-30 feet of space and a ball. This is a snippet of drills taken from the Breakthrough Ballhandling Workouts. General Instructions. Players will execute a dribble move each time they reach the chair. Set up a chair 15 feet away from you.
Drill Progression for Beginners Here's a recommended progression to teach basic dribbling skills to youth players: Right hand pound dribble; Left hand pound dribble; Half circle right hand; Half circle left hand; Continuous cross overs; One dribble cross overs; Control dribble right hand; Control dribble left hand
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Next progress to dribbling only once, then no dribble and a continuous cross through the legs. The next progression is to stand with your feet parallel, dribble twice, then turn your feet and hips to cross the ball through the legs. Move on to one dribble, no dribble, and lastly a low and wide stance crossing the ball through the legs.
How to Dribble a Basketball in 7 Steps. Step #1 - Spread and Relax Your Fingers. The first step in learning how to dribble a basketball is to relax your fingers and make sure they’re spread out evenly on the basketball. Young kids have a tendency to keep their fingers together unless they’re taught otherwise.
The best basketball dribbling drills are essentially completed in three phases. The first of those phases is mastering movement. The second of those phases will be to master handling. The final phase will be to combine both movement and handling into one fluid motion that facilitates the efficient and effective use of the basketball dribble.
This drill shows players how to create space using the drag technique while also working on their dribbling & handle on the ball. Creating space allows you t...
Four lines of players spaced about 12 to 15 feet apart along the baseline (first at 3-point line left corner, second at lane’s edge, third at other lane’s edge, fourth at three point line right corner). Four coaches or players line up in the area between half court and the top of the three point line.
1.Dribbling Fill in the blank with the letter of the description that best matches the term. Descriptions: A. The elevated vertical board from which the hoop projects B. The most basic shot in basketball; uses the backboard C. A pass used to cover very long distances D. A pass used for very long distances, but with higher velocity