Handball drills for all skills

  • Simply, throw the ball up and catch it again.
  • In several variations:
    • Rotate 360 degrees
    • One or more times clapping before catching
    • Sit down and catch

  • Two teams of 4 to 6 players try to get the ball to their 'queen' by throwing the ball over the top.
  • The queen stands in a hoop or on a mat.
  • Every time the queen catches the ball the team scores a point.
  • The queen can of course be defended/blocked!
  • Street ball with small target area (approx. 4m, fence with hats) and on half field.
  • No rules, except maximum 3 passes with ball.
  • Use to get the players to pass as much as possible.
  • Preferably use a goalcha/street handball.
    • It does not bounce and is very easy to catch.
Have everyone dribble quietly walking - or jogging.

  • Use top half of hand
  • Supple wrist
  • Bounce to waist
  • Position oblique to the outside
  • Keep your distance from the ball at the turn
  • There is one thief
  • The other players have to throw the ball over the ground so fast that they can hit the thief with the ball.
  • In one or two groups
  • Keep the field small.
  • 4 players stand in a square.
  • There is 1 ball.
  • A player throws to another player and walks straight to that position.
  • The player who received the ball does the same. 
  • That way there is constant movement.
    • Make it clear that except for the starting player, everyone has only 2 choices.
    • Possibly as a competition between groups.
  • Keeping arms forward,
    • Small rotation with clenched fist
      • No extreme stretching.
  • Jogging calmly across the field
    • Arms forward,
    • Backwards,
    • Turn against each other.
  • Arms crossed wide in front of the chest
    • Alternating between upper and lower arms.
  • Arms wide and turn small circles
Question, which muscles do you feel when?

  • Players face each other in pairs.
  • First, throw the ball over, pay attention to technique.
  • Between each throw, drop the ball 3 times and immediately grab it again to develop hand strength.
  • After that, throw and catch from the jump, with two hands at first.

Players stand in pairs facing each other. Each pair has 1 ball.

  • The player with the ball first makes a half turn straight around.
  • Then the player turns back and throws the ball to the other. Possible to combine with (preceding) 2-legged jump forward backward.
  • The player with the ball starts by making a half turn, where the ball moves from the bottom right to the top left (bowling move).
  • Then the player turns and throws the ball to the other.
Focal points:

- First train on stability, so throw to second turn.
- Possibly with eyes closed (throw with eyes open).
- Then throw from the second turn.
- Pay attention to height of the throwing arm, upper arm in angle of 90 degrees with the body.

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