Place 3 cones/poles approx. 2m apart from each other in a triangle. 3m in front, place a fourth cone as the passing station. The passing player (yellow) lines up at the fourth cone, with a ball. The active player (blue) lines up on the first cone/pole of the triangle. Execution:
This handball passing drill needs four players forming a square 5 – 10 meters apart and a fifth player in the middle of the square. The player in the centre should pass it to any of the four corners and they must immediately pass it back. This continues for 15 – 20 passes and then the centre player is switched.
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Drill #3 This handball training drill requires 6 players separated into 3 attacker,3 defenders and should be played in a 10 m x 5 m area. The players should pass quickly and accurately with the condition that the player should not pass back to the same person. The players should focus on speed,agility,footwork and accuracy at all times.
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Have a look at the handball drill animation inside our coaching app. The center back (CB) starts the drill with a pass to the player at station B (LB). Both pass the ball for a total of 3 times. The defender at station C (RI/LI) moves with the ball and tries to keep offensive players from finishing.
Handball coaching tips about drills, right wing passing and shooting by USA Handball Team coach Mark Ortega in Auburn University.About Mark Ortega (Mark@usat...
Remark: When passing have elbow up at shoulder height and aim passes at the chest where it is easiest to catch. Be mobile on the feet. Additional Lesson:If the passes work alright you can try and let someone race against the ball in order to illustrate that it is much quicker to pass the ball rather to run it. Passing