Handball drills for throw

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  • An attack is played between 3 attackers and 2 defenders.
  • The attack is played on a slightly wider field than the posts (about 6 meters)
  • The goal of the attackers is to complete the attack, this can be done via an action or via the circle.
  • The goal of the defenders is to prevent the attackers from finishing.

  1. The circle player stands on 2 and tries to get the builder to finish.
  2. The set-up player should not come too far inside the circle so that she does not end up in the middle.
drawing
  1. Bench in front of the goal on place 5 meter circle
    • Run with your left onto the bench, jump off with your left and shoot at goal
  2. Shooting balls off the pawns
  3. Shooting at goal, with goalkeeper

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We'll play team ball like we used to. Team 1 must score on the mat of team 2. Hereby the following rules apply;

  • Tipping the ball is not allowed
  • Maximum 3-pas
  • Each player has to bounce the ball through her legs before she can continue playing (basketball)
The first team to reach the 3 wins, the losing team sprints.
  • Throwing over, pay attention to correct posture, elbow at shoulder height, left in front, etc.
  • Throwing over with a running motion (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: stance with w / bowl From
the E:
  • Throwing over with jump shot
  • Passing underhand
  • Lateral pass
  • Passing with an attacking move, i.e. a few steps towards the goal, passing and backwards again.
  • 1 Defender on the 9 meter between 2 cones
  • 1 Pawn close to the half way line
  • 1 Tosser
  • The rest of the children in the corner in a row

  • The player runs towards the cone on the half way line and receives the ball from the thrower.
  • Dribbles with the ball towards the defender
  • Passes, finishes with a shot and goes to defend
  • The defender takes the ball and joins the back of the row
drawing
  • Players roll the ball
    • Go after it
    • Pick up the ball and dribble on
  • Players roll the ball
    • Go after it
    • Run around the ball
    • While facing the same way
    • Then they pick up the ball and dribble on
  • In pairs
    • Trainer stands between the two
    • Throws the ball away
    • Players run after it
    • Player who has the ball first becomes attacker, other defender
    • Does the striker succeed in shooting at the goal?

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  • A bank on which the targets are placed
  • 8 pawns on the bench as aiming goals
  • 8 soft balls (handball size)
  • 2 backlines at 4 meter from the goalposts
  • Markings at the sides, so the balls will not roll far away.
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Task:
  • Try to throw the pawns off the bench as hard as possible
Rules:
  • Both parties stand behind the back line
  • Stay behind the line when throwing the ball
  • Do not chase your ball, but wait until another ball comes your way
  • If the ball remains in the field on your side, you may retrieve it
  • When all pawns are off the bench the game is over
  • Which team has thrown away the most pawns?
  • Set out dribble route with hats, with lots of corners.
  • Then pass the ball to the trainer
    • Pass the ball back and shoot at the pawn in the goal.
    • You pick up the ball and throw it to the other side (there is also a goal, a ball will be put there for you).
    • Then with sideways-closing movement via cones-circuit to the next goal.
    • And so around

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  • Trainer stands somewhat to the left of the circle
  • Marker near the circle, and from starting position on 9 meter line to the middle of the circle
  • Player throws ball to trainer
    • walks to mark 1
    • walks backwards to the start position
    • walks via line to circle and shoots (possibly with goalkeeper)

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