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Skill related warm up for basketball.

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Holiday Homework Skill related warm up for basketball A good skill related warm up for basketball would be to put someone on each corner of a square so they are facing the opposite corner on the other side of the square. Then each person should be given a basketball to dribble with. Then at the same time all four people on each corner of the square should go to the opposite corner they are facing. When travelling across the person should dribble and run in a steady pace making sure they do not hit into someone else by keeping their head up to see. Then once on the other side they should repeat it again but from the corner they are standing on. ...read more.


Pulse raise To raise your pulse and get your body active you should do a pulse raiser exercise that will help warm the body up. A good pulse raiser activity would be follow the leader. You can have as many people in a group and will only need one leader who would direct the group and choose what to do. For instance a leader may jog in a certain direction and the group would have to follow or the leader could jump up and down and again the group would have to follow. In order for the group to get warmed up it would be ideal to do the activity for at least five minutes. ...read more.


Also another one would be to put one arm around your neck so your elbow sticks out, then the other arm should pull it towards you. Do the same for the other arm. Then your hands and fingers need to be stretched as you use them to hold the ball. In order to stretch them you need to stick out both arms in front of you and then clasp your fingers together so the back of your hand faces you. Then push outwards, this helps your shoulders to. Another one would be to put your hand out in front of you and then pull back your fingers all together until you feel the stretch. Another part of your body that is used is your legs. You would need to stretch your quadriceps and below your knee. Jasmit Hundal 10 GK ...read more.

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