The fast break is an attractive and essential element of handball which is not only exciting for spectators, but also a great way to score a quick goal on the counter, after a defensive turnover.
Speed is important for an effective fast break but what is more important is the awareness. When a player notices that they are not involved in a defensive action, they should be looking to make a sprint up court, as soon as their team is back in possession. Equally, when other players have the ball, they should be looking up and picking out the forward pass.
What's in the session?
To improve your team's ability to launch a fast break in this session we practice the fast break techniques, including:
Improve your players' fast break technique today so that they can counter-attack at speed in their next game!
Are your players making the right decision in scoring opportunities? Sharpen the saw with drills to get your players taking the right shot.
Defend and cover as a unit! Promote teamwork and get your players to communicate.
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