One player, three balls
- Luc Engelen
- Posted on:
- January 17, 2015
- Single drill
- Number of players:
A holds two balls and B holds one. A throws the first ball to C, after which C forearm passes this ball back.
When C plays the first ball, A throws the second ball to C. This ball is also forearm passed back to A.
When C plays the second ball, B throws his ball to C. C forearm passes this ball back to B.
The exercise continues like this. A and B throw their balls to C in turns when C is returning the ball of the other player.
Basics: Forearm pass/bump Drill type: Cooperating group without net Section: Core I