Heavy and uncoordinated dribbling? The main reason is that two legs feel unbalanced, and one leg is dominant leg, and ball feel is more experienced. Therefore, today I will share 4 training methods with you, I hope they will help you.
1. Step on ball with one foot and push it off, then kick it back.
Then follows a cycle of stepping on ball with two feet alternately - pulling ball - hitting ball.
As you improve in movement, you also need to increase your speed.
You can also increase difficulty and let your teammates pass ball to you
To directly complete a connected action: step on ball, pull ball, hit ball without stopping ball,
And pass to a teammate with the other foot.
2. Push ball in and out with one foot
I think everyone will do this often.
It should be noted that in practice
1. Try not to move your supporting leg.
2. Let the ball move as parallel as possible.
To add variety, move ball forward while stroking ball.
3. With pivot foot in center, pull ball in a V shape behind your feet.
When you pull ball with one foot,
Jump slightly forward with your supporting leg,
This also allows ball to flow smoothly behind feet.
When pulling ball in a V shape
Don't hit ball too far on last hit,
Otherwise, pivot foot will not reach ball.
4. With one foot, pull ball away from far end so that ball rolls in front of you.
On way, use this foot to circle ball.
You can move slowly at first and then gradually increase your speed.
I don't have any extra things, but I still have a lot of training to do. After mastering basic skills of ball possession, I will use it boldly on court and become more confident. The movements will be natural and smooth, without stiffness. .
Your attention is biggest motivation for Xiaobei!
July 14, 2023