It is far from enough to play basketball on the spot dribble. Therefore, the teaching of this period adds the movement of marching on the basis of the teaching of the previous period. It is no longer a movement of the same place. If you haven’t watched the last period of the editor's teaching, you can take a look at the last period of ball and basic dribbling training, because the two periods of teaching are very related, only the last period of basic in-situ dribbling. The ball is ready before you can proceed to the next dribble. If you can’t do it proficiently in the previous period of teaching, please do the previous period’s movements proficiently before proceeding to this period of training. Don’t be in a hurry for success. . Beginners should pay attention that when dribbling on the move, it is very easy to drop the ball, don't worry, everyone is like this, remember that practice makes perfect, everything is difficult at the beginning.
Here are five basic training：
1. In and out dribble during travel. Be vigorous, high speed, and head up. Just do it as in the animation.
2. One-handed left and right V dribble between marching. The main point is to be vigorous, high speed, and head up. Just do it as in the animation.
3. V-shaped dribble before and after the march, the main point is to vigorously, high speed, and head up. Just do it as in the animation.
4. Low dribble while on the move. Pay attention to raising your head and not looking at the ball, lower the center of gravity, use vigorously, and do not set rules on the number of times, just be proficient. The standard of proficiency is not to drop the ball, to be fast, and to be able to do the same in the animation with one hand. Let me talk about it. Due to limited materials, the low dribble I found is a double-ball training. You can do it with one hand during training, but the requirement is to be able to do it as shown in the picture.
5. High dribble on the move. Raise your head without looking at the ball, use full speed to advance, the number of times is not specified, and you just need to be proficient. The standard of proficiency is not to drop the ball, to be fast, just as in the animation. When doing this training, you can slow down at the beginning, and gradually increase to full speed during the training process.
This is today's basic dribble training on the move. Because everyone has different foundations and different learning speeds, there is no hard and fast rule for time, as long as they can meet the requirements I mentioned above, it's OK. Remember, the more painful the training, the easier it is on the court, and vice versa.