Henrik Aakilde Lauridsen

Henrik Aakilde Lauridsen

Henrik Aakilde Lauridsen
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Transitioning to be ready for the next ball requires quick reactions! Train with a drill like this by Bill Neville!

The “belly-up progression” drill is excellent for training payers to move quickly and manage complexity. Used by Head Coach Bill Neville at the University of Washington, this drill has 3 phases:

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This reaction ball is great for that random coordination training. Made of high density rubber. Helps improve coordination and depth perception. This ball c

This reaction ball is great for that random coordination training. Made of high density rubber. Helps improve coordination and depth perception.