Handball drills for all skills
All players will be divided into groups of 3
- All groups take place along the sideline
- Player A sprints 2x to the other side while players B and C do a power exercise on their place
- When player A comes back, she taps player B, who then starts sprinting Players A and C continue with the power exercise.
- The same happens with player C
- Every player runs 1x and does 2x the power exercise
Examples for power exercises:
- Jumping jacks
Players choose 2 positions from which to shoot. The possibilities are:
- Left corner
- There are 3 low hurdles here. Players go over the hurdles before finishing
- While jumping over the hurdles, players look ahead, not to the ground
- While jumping over the hurdles, players make a throwing motion with their ball
- After the hurdles, they can finish, point of attention is that players jump well to the penalty spot
- Left wing
- Here are low hurdles. Players go over the hurdles before they pass and finish
- When jumping over the hurdles, players look ahead, not to the ground
- While jumping over the hurdles, players make sure they always land in a 0-swing
- After landing in the last 0 pass, the player feints a move opposite a post (defender) and passes left or right between the post and the cap
- There is a ladder here. Players go through the ladder before finishing with a running shot
- While going through the ladder, players look ahead, not to the ground
- While going through the ladder, players make a throwing motion with their ball
- After the last compartment of the ladder, the player brings the ball up from below to complete a running shot
- Right wing
- There is a pole (defender) on the 9 meter. Players finish with a distance shot
- It is important that they are played in the run
- Use the first 2 passes to gain speed, the last pass to move upwards
- Point of attention is variation in the rounding.
1 goalkeeper - 1 defender(with vest) - 2 attackers
- In front of the goal, on the circle, an area of 4 meters is marked with hats. In between stands 1 defender. (preferably starting on the 9 meter)
- 2 players play towards the goal and try to outplay the defender. The defender tries to actively conquer the ball.
- After a shot on goal, or conquering the ball, the next duo approaches the goal
- After 3 to 4 rounds of play, the goalkeeper and defender must be switched.
- Allow the defender to make physical contact according to the rules. So do not clamp down, do not hold on to the arms, but do hold on to the front of the body
1 goalkeeper - 2 defenders (with cap) - 3 attackers
- In front of the goal, on the circle, an area of 6 meters is marked with hats. In between are 2 defenders. (preferably starting on the 9 meter)
- 3 Players play towards the goal and try to outplay the defender. The defenders try to actively conquer the ball.
- After a shot on goal, or conquering the ball, the next trio approaches the goal
- After 3 to 4 full rounds, goalkeeper and defender change places
- Slowly jog across the field, arms forward, backward, twisting against each other.
- Lunges, gently controlled, front lower leg well straight.
- Arms crossed in front of chest, alternating between up and down.
- Arms above head, interlock fingers, extend arms. Bend slightly to the left and right.
- Eagle. Arms wide and hands up. Stand up straight. 90 degree turn left, back, 90 degree turn right, back.
- 2 players on one side, about 10 metres apart (possibly mark with hats or pawns, 1 on the other side)
- Of the 2 players, 1 dribbles to the other side and plays the ball, either directly or through the ground
- The receiving player dribbles to the other side again and plays off, etc.
- 2 teams - 2 mats (or 2 or 3 bicycle tyres) - many balls
- Line up 10 metres apart, with a mat on each side and balls on the mats.
- Teams take the balls and dribble to their own side as fast as they can.
- Who has all the balls wins. (Good luck ;-)
- Per pair a hat and a ball
- 1 Player defends the hat with his hands behind his back
- The other tries to hit the hat with the ball. No throwing!
Variant from the E:
- With hands and frontal hold. No clenching!
- Throwing over, pay attention to correct posture, elbow at shoulder height, left in front, etc.
- Throwing over with a running movement (left-right-left)
- Throwing over with the left side
- Throwing over behind the back
- Always aim for the right (catching) hand. Catch with 2 hands - via the ground
Catch: posture with w / bowl
From the E:
From the E:
- Passing with a jump shot
- Passing underhand
- Sideways pass