Korfball drills for all skills
- 2 kids lie next to each other
- first defender starts
- then attacker for a walkthrough.
- After that the attacker may start first instead of the defender.
- Players line up along one side of the field and start dribbling quietly on the spot.
- At the 1st whistle they accelerate, but stay on the spot.
- At the 2nd whistle, they sprint to the other side.
- You can vary this a lot, so 1st half backwards and then sprint.
- Slowly walk up to the sprint.
- Always do this from within the dribble.
- running around the circle of pawns.
- At the whistle you have to pass the ball as fast as possible.
- After scoring three times you may switch with the attacker.
- After that you pull away from the ball,
- If you score as declarer, you may remain standing,
- Otherwise you change with the taker.
- per 2 you will shoot 5 minutes from 5 meter.
- Every 2 goals you change with the declarer.
- After 5 minutes ask each pole the number of goals scored.
- Try to set a minimum number to increase as it goes better.
- walk from cone to cone and to different poles.
- take a chance here if you miss 5x sit ups.
- Repeat this round as condition and level increases. 3x
- Walking from line to line, trunk straight and with every step the knee should touch the ground.
- This is done with a ball above the head and arms outstretched.
- For more powerful athletes, this can be done with a heavier ball...
- Stand with both feet on the Stability Trainer, halfway round,
- Place it preferably 3 to 4 meters from the basket.
- Now try to score as many goals as possible within a certain amount of time.
- Sit on the floor with a ball in your hands.
- Tuck your legs in so that you only have contact with the ground with your rear end
- Now tap the ball from left to right as far as possible within a given time...
- Have the players all stand along a certain side of a line, potty, etc....
- The idea is to jump with two feet or one foot over the line and back.
- So for a certain time ... to be determined by yourself taking into account age or physical readiness ...