Korfball drills for shoot / score / shot
Pairs, not too far apart, 1 ball per pair. Throw the ball over with your preferred hand (let them catch it with 2 hands). Pay attention to the following
- right leg in front (right throw=left leg in front, left throw=right leg in front)
- Hold the ball on the hand with spread fingers
- Start by holding the ball as far back as possible.
- Throw the ball with after pointing
- Step forward while throwing
- not too hard, not too soft, but tight
- Aim at chest of fellow player
N.B.; Start with a distance of a few metres, if it goes well you can go further.
Each cub 1 ball, 1 adjustable basket. Set the basket so low that the basket is within reach of the shooter, however low that may be. Have the cubs shoot from close to the basket, grab the ball themselves, etc. Teach the technique correctly. Pay attention to:
- Stand in a small staggered position
- Hold the ball well on the side/bottom, hands symmetrical left/right on the ball, fingers spread
- Elbows not outwards
- Hold the ball high: in front of the nose
- Look over the ball to the basket (use the ball as a crosshair)
- Incline: sink a bit through your legs (the ball must remain in front of your nose)
- push out, i.e. make a long jump towards the basket, point at the ball with 2 index fingers and get slightly off the ground.
N.B.: Keep the basket low in the beginning, if it goes well it can be put higher and further.
Two pairs stand near a basket (one archer and one server per pair), both have a ball and must score on the same post. At the start of the game, they may start shooting. When one of the shooters scores, all shooters and suppliers must change their position. Play a competition to see which pair scores 10 goals first.
Shooting game where there is 1 declarer and 4 shooters who stand 5 to 6 meters from the basket.
Nr. 1 takes a shot, if he hits the ball then number 2 must hit the ball, if he misses he must give his place to the declarer. If he misses, he/she has to give up his/her place to the declarer. If he/she hits the ball, he/she can stay on the spot and number 3 has to hit the ball until one misses and he/she has to swap places with the declarer under the basket.
1 declarer and 1 attacker
The attacker draws away from under the basket diagonally and gets the ball passed to him by the attacker, the attacker hits the ball. The attacker runs to the basket again, touches the post and pulls away diagonally to the other side of the post and shoots again.
Do this for 1 minute and count the goals, the declarer catches the ball each time and passes it to the forehead of the attacker.
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).