One-handed dribble in place refers to one-handed dribble, which can be divided into three stages of practice
The first stage is a vigorous dribbling. Energetic dribbling allows you to fully experience feeling of control over ball, reducing time of ball's movement and increasing time of hanging ball. This can not only reduce chance of pulling, but also make it easier to connect two actions. Energetic dribbling is more energy intensive. As a rule, every 50 sets, left and right hands change places for practice, which can be flexibly adjusted to suit one's own conditions.
The second step is finger dribble. Finger dribble requires that height of dribble be sufficiently low. Finger guiding helps develop finger strength and flexibility, and is also very useful when shooting and changing direction. Finger dribble is usually performed 30 times per group, and those with weak left hands can reduce number of times accordingly.
The first stage is a combination of high and low dribble. Any good golfer can control dribbling height at will. Thus, control of height of the dribble is especially important, from a high dribble to a low slow dribble to a finger dribble and then back from a finger dribble back to a vigorous dribble. About 30 times per group.
May 12, 2023