Korfball drills for all skills
Walk straight to the basket.
Place your right foot slightly to one side, bend your knees and then step out to the left.
Make a 90-degree angle to the left.
When throwing the ball to the net, make a cross pass and then come out on the outside leg.
Take the ball with spread fingers, so that you can shoot directly.
The cross passes with one leg in front of the other. At the same time you turn your body towards the basket.
Make a pass to the side or slightly backwards and turn the body further in, so that the body is facing the basket.
Your shoulders are straight towards the basket.
Your feet are straight towards the basket.
You process the shot like we discussed in the previous section on shot from stand.
Prior to the technique of the penalty throw (the eventual ball) is the run. This
This is done with the hopping step.
Walk in a line from 6 to 7 metres towards the basket and continue until you receive the ball.
Pass the ball to the receiver.
Start the hop, keeping the ball close to your belly.
Hunk, arms bent slightly, step.
Hold the ball straight in front of your body at belly height.
Straighten your body and look at the basket, raise your knee and stretch your arms.
Keep your body nice and straight in relation to the basket.
Let go of the highest point, stretch the body, come down with the other foot and check the ball, keep walking and do not jump.
Stand still after releasing the ball.
You finish the ball past the basket.
Legs about 20 cm apart and diagonally across.
Face towards the basket
Arms slightly bent.
â€¢ Good foot forward so you can make the best push-off (one child can push off better with his/her left leg and the other with his/her right leg).
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Hands close to the ball, with thumbs towards the basket (you put the ball on your hands).
Shoulders straight to the basket. Feet straight to the basket.
Weight on your back leg.
Shift your weight (i.e. your body) to your front leg and then push off in the direction of the basket.
Jump up towards the basket at an angle, lifting your knee well upwards so that the ball comes close to the basket (following your knee).
Jump after your knee)
Let go of the ball at the highest point and point to it.
Straighten and lengthen your body
Check the ball
Legs side by side, slightly spread, about 1 foot between both feet (so the archer stands firm and balanced).
Fingers spread, thumbs and index finger in a triangle.
Ball in front of your face, looking just over the ball.
Shoulders straight to the basket.
Feet straight to the basket.
Body straight to the basket.
Elbows outwards, approx. 15 cm from the body.
Knees and then jump straight up (the power of the shot comes from the legs).
Extend your arms in the direction of the basket.
Shoot the ball in an arc towards the basket.
Point the ball in the direction of the basket.
Â â€¢ Come back to the same place with both legs as you kick off.
Keep watching and pointing the ball until it hits the basket (to improve your next shot).
When throwing with the left, put the right leg in front (when throwing with the right, put the left leg in front).
Hold the ball on your hand behind your head with spread fingers.
Other arm forward
Left or right foot max. 30 cm to the front
Look at the direction you want to throw the ball.
Body rests on right leg, shifting weight to left.
Turn your body.
Throw the ball in a straight line past your head.
Pointing in the direction of throw.
You determine the speed and curve from the wrist.
Your body should end up in a straight line with your team-mate (shoulders straight, feet and navel in the direction of your team-mate).
Catch with 1 hand
Thumb and fingers spread, make sure hand is relaxed.
Receiving the ball, passing the body.
Turn your body (to get the speed out of the ball).
Bend your knees slightly (to reduce speed and maintain control of the ball).
Catch with 2 hands
Thumbs behind the ball
Thumb and index finger in triangular shape (to prevent overshoot).
Feet crossed at an angle with a space of about 30 cm (shoulder width or just outside).
Receive the ball with arms almost stretched out.
Squeeze the ball lightly on reception.
Bring the ball up to chest height with your arms bent (to get the speed out of the ball).
Set up two poles facing each other at about 7 meters. The player with the ball stands to the right of the pole, the player without the ball stands to the left of the pole about 1.5 meters in front of the pole. The person with the ball throws to the person without the ball and makes a pass ball. After every pass ball there is a change of roles.
The following run through ball exercise combines practice of the run through ball with fitness training.
The exercise is done on 1 basket, with 4 players and 2 balls. Two players stand under the basket without the ball, one player left in front of the basket with the ball and one player right in front of the basket with the ball.
Player 1 walks up to the middle. He or she chooses a side and gets the ball. Splitter 1 plays the ball inside and makes a through ball. The attacker catches the ball, and fills the empty spot. The person in front without the ball runs through the middle to the basket, and the exercise starts again.
When the exercise is clear, you can choose to make it more about speed. If you choose to do this, the player who throws the ball from the front to the ascending player goes after his ball, and as soon as he or she is in the middle, he or she runs after the person who throws the through ball. As soon as the latter has taken his through ball, the new person runs up and the exercise begins again.