Korfball drills for running in shot
The attackers are in front of the post, at around 6 m distance.
The shooter runs in the direction of the post, stops at the penalty spot and turns right.
At that moment, the passer throws the ball. The shooter makes a dodge ball.
- The shooter is allowed one step to find his balance. The left leg acts as a playing leg to keep balance.
- The players learn from the examples given.
- As a trainer you can perform the exercise yourself, in slow motion to show the direction of the balance.
Practice this movement to the left as well.
After the dodgeball, the shooter takes a though-ball.
The catcher catches the ball again.
Let the shooter move after the dodgeball before passing the though-ball.
This can be done in the same direction as the dodgeball, or in the opposite direction.
Make sure that you move further away from the post.
The dodgeball becomes a feint shot and is converted into a through-ball.
Converting the smooth movement of the shot into a pass to the inside requires more control of balance.
Throw the ball into the post with one hand.
What can you see?
The coordination of catching the ball and balance is a problem.
The shooter determines the coordination by a rhythm, sometimes with the help of a hink.
Shooters find balance on their left leg after a dodgeball to right.
This makes turning to the post for the shot difficult.
The dodgeball is an option in the game because a through-ball attempt can be aborted when the defender keeps up well. In time, the dodgeball becomes an independent way to get free.
The passer acts as a defender to put pressure on the shooter.
After the move to the right, the passer gives the ball and tries to block the shot.
The shooter goes for the shot.
Same, but the shooter has the alternative of throwing the ball to the second passer present in the post area and setting up a though-ball.
The defender still goes for the block.
It has already been described how the defender can be phased.
Throwing to get someone to score
- Practice throwing and releasing on the short and long line.
- The passer stands away from the post. The shooter stands at the front of the box at the side of the passer.
- The shooter runs towards the passer (the short line), receives the ball and shoots.
- The passer becomes the shooter, the shooter runs behind the post, the shooter arrives at the passer's position, after the ball has been thrown to the next passer.
The shooter chooses the long line after making a feint in the direction of the short line or post.
Both variants can be trained with an opponent close to the shooter, so that the passer learns to estimate when someone is free.
Dose the defender. When using a defender, the second passer (who in fact does nothing) can act as the defender.
The rotation after the exercise is: passer becomes defender, defender becomes shooter, shooter becomes second passer and second passer becomes passer (after a combination with a player).
- One rebounder, one defender and one attacker.
- 30 sec attacks...if attacker can score, he becomes rebounder at the next post.
- If not, he becomes the defender.
- Rebounder becomes attacker all the time...