The easiest and most effective dribbling on basketball court is to change direction with one hand IN AND OUT.
Today, KBT will take 2 minutes to explain all details of IN&OUT to you!
Proper entry and exit should be to push ball other way after a one-handed dribble while hanging, and range of drive should exceed midline of your torso.
And your eyes should look towards bait, and at same time, your shoulders and steps should also be directed towards bait.
After understanding standards for moving in and out, kbt will help brothers to strengthen their own entry and exit skills.
1. Basic ball training IN&OUT
Find a marker to place in the center of your body and start dribble in and out.
During training, it is necessary to cross obstacles every time you enter and exit so that your range of motion is standard and you can switch sides to continue without making mistakes 10 times in a row.
2. Combined IN&OUT leg workout
During training, at same time each time you enter and exit with one hand, eyes must follow movement, and steps make body spy on false side.
Do your best to reach standard every time you do this so that your muscles generate memory in real combat. After doing 10 times, switch sides and continue.
3. Combination IN&OUT Edge change
This is most classic IN&OUT follow-up and is also a favorite of countless ankle terminators. During training, after entering and exiting, quickly connect with shift in front of body, and then switch hands to continue.
4. Entering and exiting combined with dribbling back
After getting in and out, we can use a safer backtrack to get around it. After each entry and exit, we can continue by changing hands from behind, which can very well expand variability of attack.
5.in&out combined with hip rollback
After completing entry and exit, step back and continue.
This action is also very useful in real combat. Due to threat of a break caused by entry and exit, defender will inevitably decide to back off and block. At this time, kick is pulled and defense can only watch basketball enter frame.
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May 15, 2023