Start with your feet side-by-side in a shoulder-width stance. Pound the dribble twice with your left hand. On the second pound, lift your left foot off the ground. As you drive your left foot down...
Speed Ladder Dribbling Series. Tight Cone Finishes - One of the Best Warm Up Drills. 2 Dribble Moves To Beat Pressure and Create Separation. Dribble Screens. Game Based Dribbling Drills With Defenders. Game based drills are the best way to simulate what happens in a game and improve dribbling skills. These are vital drills to incorporate into your practices.
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Similar to shooting, you should avoid handling the ball with the palm of your hand and make sure the last contact you leave, is with your fingertips. Dribbling off your fingertips allows you to maintain solid control over the ball, no matter which way you move. 2. Don’t be lazy with your dribbling.
Stand with your feet spread wide apart, with the ball in your right hand. Dribble in a circle around your right leg, crossover to your left hand, then dribble in a circle around your left leg. Repeat for 30 seconds in each direction (60 seconds total).
Basketball Ball Handling Drills - DRIBBLING PROGRAM Description: DRIBBLING PROGRAM, DO 2-3 TIMES A WEEK. Instructions: Running drills-while bouncing ball. 1. Butt kicks. 2. Knees to chest. 3. Giant skips. 4. Backwards jog. 5. Carrioca run. 6. Bounding. Have players do these exercises the full length of the court.
The Naypalm dribbling aid will teach your child to properly use their finger pads when dribbling and not use their palm. Young basketball players will learn to dribble the correct way with both hands by following the 3 workouts.
This drill involves dribbling from ankle to shoulder height. Start by dribbling the ball at your ankles and gradually dribbling the ball higher on each bounce. When you get to as high as you can ‘kill’ the basketball by stopping it a few inches off the ground and dribbling back up to your shoulder. 25.
How to Dribble a Basketball in 7 Steps. Step #1 - Spread and Relax Your Fingers. The first step in learning how to dribble a basketball is to relax your fingers and make sure they’re spread out evenly on the basketball. Young kids have a tendency to keep their fingers together unless they’re taught otherwise.