The key to improving is to get out of your comfort zone and force your body and mind to adapt.
How it Works
- Start holding one ball in front of you with your right hand, and one ball behind your back with your left hand.
- Dribble the front ball with your right hand, while flipping the back ball a few inches into the air with your left hand.
- Very quickly switch your hands from back to front, so you receive the front ball with your left hand and catch the back ball with your right hand.
- Repeat, switching your front and back hands continuously while dribbling the front ball and flipping and catching the back ball.
- Don’t be afraid to look silly or make mistakes.
- Make it harder: As you improve, run the drill faster to really challenge your dexterity.
- Make it easier: Dribble the front ball higher and slower to give yourself more time to switch hands.