Korfball drills for shoot / score / shot

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  • Form 3 teams at the basket
  • Person 1 stands 3 to 4 meters in front of the basket near the pawn.
  • Person 2 will stand 3 to 4 meters behind the basket near the pawn.
  • Person 3 stands under the basket as catcher

  • Person 1 starts shooting, person 3 catches the ball and throws it to person 2.
  • Person 2 shoots, person 1 catches and throws to person 3. Always change.

Exercises with distance shot, penalty throw and walkthrough.


You start shooting from a fine distance

  • Did you score? Place a pawn next to the post until you have used up all your pawns.
  • Then you can shoot as many balls as the number of pawns you have.
  • When you have scored, you must take a pawn and put it on the other side of the pole.
  • The amount of pawns that you have left, you can use for penalty throwing
  • The team that has the most cones left has won
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Exercises:

1) Doubles: 2 players facing each other, 1 player walks from left to right, the other throws the ball, always playing on the outside hand. Catch ball, return same hand, walk to the other side. Change function after a few times.

2) As 1 but player takes ball over, i.e. catch right hand, pass to left hand and play with it, walk to left, catch with left hand, pass to right hand and play with it etc. footwork


Inshort: practise various forms of the shot in a fun competition format.

Organisation: each group a basket and a ball, the baskets are preferably (but not absolutely necessary) arranged in a circle or rectangle. The number of people per group is less important (all groups should be about the same size).

Pawns set up at 1,3,5 metres

The first assignment for the groups is: make 10 goals. When you are done, the creator of the last goal goes to the trainer to get the next assignment. Which group will have completed all assignments first?

The trainer walks around the room, encouraging or correcting the players. He has a piece of paper with a list of assignments. When someone comes to get the next assignment, first ask him which assignment he just completed (after a while this can vary considerably) and then give the next one. Here's an example: 10 walk-through balls, 15 penalty shots, 5 shots from 8 meters, 10 walk-through balls from behind the basket, 5 dodgeballs next to the post, 10 shots from 6 meters. Everything is possible of course, a lot of momentum comes from keeping the number of goals to be scored small.

Tasks:

  • 6 scores from 2,5 meter in front of the basket
  • 6 scores from 1 meter in front of the basket
  • 6 scores from 6 meter in front of the basket
  • 6 scores from 2,5 meter behind the basket
  • 6 scores from 1 meter behind the basket
  • 6 scores from 6 meters behind the basket
  • Two children per basket.
  • Add playing cards.
  • Draw a card.
  • The number on the card determines how many goals the group must score.
  • Next to it pile up cards with through ball, penalty throw and distance shot.

Start line-up
Two groups at the first two pawns.

Exercise
The first in line runs to the hoop and goes through the hoop from the bottom, so the hoop goes over their heads. Then he runs through the defence posture to pawn two and circles this in 4 circles. Finally, he runs to pawn 3 and scores before he can run back to pawn 1 and tap the next one in line.


Distance set up:

  • Hoop from pawn 1: 5 meters.
  • Pawn 2 from the hoop: 5 meter.
  • Pawn 3 from pawn 2: 5 meter.
  • Pole from cone 3: 4 meter.

relay-1

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Let's get used to the field.

Three poles in a triangle. Three running players. From the pillon you push. Remember technique.

1) take a walk through ball. Scoring three is substitution2
) Take neighbourhood ball. Scoring one is exchanging3)
Walk through ball overhead4
) Walk through ball backwards5
) score 10 together.



  • One person passes under the basket,
  • the other moves back and forth between 2 cones and is played every time he reaches a cone.
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  1. 10 goals (whoever is the fastest) first team to win twice
  2. 10 penalty shots in a row
  3. shot 3 times in a row.
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