For a long time, basketball players and basketball fans have placed great importance on learning basic basketball skills, but what are basic basketball skills? It is believed that few people know. Most people just think that basic hand skills are ball exercises, but they really aren't, ball exercises are just one of them. Training basic hand skills in basketball includes three concepts, that is, three aspects. Today I will talk about three concepts of basic skills of basketball players: nature of ball, feeling of ball and speed of ball. Next, I will describe in detail what these three concepts are.
Sphericity refers to ability of athlete's fingers, wrists and hands to perceive and control rotation of ball, commonly referred to as hand's ability to control ball in air. In particular, basketball does not touch ground. Athletes use their fingers, wrists and hands to circle various directions and body parts, using techniques such as passing, passing, swinging, swinging, twisting, throwing, catching, pinching, lifting, grasping, pointing and dialing And methods that perceive operation of ball, test orientation of ball, control rotation of ball, strengthen proprioception of fingers, wrists and limbs, improve adjustment function of nervous system, and improve ability of hand to control ball. The following practices are commonly used:
Holding ball in place with both hands; lifting ball with one hand; moving ball from bottom to top or top to bottom in front of fingers and wrists; moving fingers, wrists and hands from bottom to top or from high to low while holding ball Pulling and swinging ball low; dribbling ball with fingers of both hands, wrists and arms around body; passing ball with feet, knees, hips, shoulders and head clockwise or vice versa Two-handed ball fingers, wrists and arms around body Practice techniques such as practicing passing ball in an "8" pattern before and after crotch.
Second, feeling of ball
The sense of ball refers to ability of fingers, wrists and hands of athlete to perceive and control landing point of ball, that is, ability of hand to control ball in air and on ground, that is, hand allows ball to "go" and "rebound". Athletes use fingers, wrists and hands to move around body or while marching, and feel elasticity of ball by pressing, clapping, lifting, stretching, pushing, typing, transporting and turning, etc., experience space of ball and control fall ball, enhance human-ball integration experience, improve nervous system adjustment function, and improve hand's ability to control ball.
Among most commonly used practices:
Practice changing direction in front of body in place; practice of changing direction without changing hands in front of body; pushing and pulling ball to side; conducting under perineum; reception.
Ball speed refers to ability of athlete's finger, wrist and hand to perceive and control spin of ball and point of landing of ball as range of motion and rhythm of ball changes, including changes in position of player in place or indirect direction and different speeds of ball An ability commonly referred to as agility , is simply ability of hand to make changes in various ranges and fast and slow movements of a basketball within range allowed by body. Athletes use methods and techniques such as dominance and ball control to change range of motion and rhythm of dominance and ball control, to feel proprioception of hand-leg coordination while changing range of motion and rhythm, and proprioception of greeting. ball from different directions and speeds, experience human-ball integration, follow one's inclinations in time and spatial position of body's center of gravity, adjust command function of nervous system, and improve hand's ability to control and control ball.
Among most commonly used practices:
Practice with your fingers, wrists, and hands holding ball with both hands in front of you from low to high or high to low to change range of motion and frequency of motion when swinging ball. movement and frequency of movements when passing ball in figure "8" back and forth, practice changing amplitude of movements and frequency of movements when dribbling with left and right hands alternately in front of you, practice changing amplitude of movements and frequency of movements when dribbling with left and right hands alternately in front of you body and other method.
Basket ball feel, ball training and ball speed contribute to each other to a certain extent and gradually progress, and should be gradually improved during practice. You can also combine basic training methods and techniques of basic hand skills. The more complex technical-motor practice, more it contributes to improvement of basic hand skills. In process of developing basic skills of basketball hands, one should first of all pay attention to development of individual movements, on basis of mastering specifications of technical movements, increase strength and range of movements, and, finally, practice combined technical movements. Thus, it is easier to improve the proprioception of human-ball integration, and better enhance personal self-confidence.
May 12, 2023