Handball Practice 14 – Interaction of back position players with the pivot - Jörg Madinger - ebook
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The small group play of the back position players and the pivot is an important offense element in almost each age group. The basics of interacting with the pivot should already be established in the training of youth teams. Positioning and screening play an important role here. The first three training units in the book provide different options of interacting with the pivot. With increasing age, the space for team play gets smaller. This leads to more challenging running paths for the back position players and higher requirements for the pivot’s screening. Particularly in adult teams, the physical characteristics of the pivot play a role, too. The last training unit focuses on achieving positional advantages by positioning the physically stronger pivot next to a physically weaker defending player (mismatch). The courses of each training unit are set up step by step and have numerous supporting notes. This book contains the following training units: TU 1: Individual training for the pivot – Pushing through the defense with the Russian screen The objective of this training unit is to improve the positioning of the pivot. After warm-up and a short game, there will be a goalkeeper warm-up shooting from the pivot position. The players practice the pivot’s pushing through the defense in an individual offense exercise. Afterwards, there are two exercises in which the players practice positioning and the Russian screen in small groups against defensive and semi-offensive defense players. The players should implement the variants in the closing game. TU 2: Pivot – Achieving positional advantages in small-group team play The objective of this training unit is to improve the positioning of the pivot. Following warm-up and a short game, the players practice passing to the pivot under difficult conditions and with different passing variants during the ball familiarization and goalkeeper warm-up shooting phases. Afterwards, there will be an individual exercise regarding the pivot’s screening followed by two small group exercises in which the interaction with the back position and wing players will be practiced. In a closing game, the players should implement what they practiced before. TU 3: Improving the interaction of back position players with the pivot The objective of this training unit is to practice the interaction of a back position player with the pivot. Following warm-up and a running coordination exercise, the players prepare for the running moves in the back positions during the ball familiarization phase. After the goalkeeper warm-up shooting, there will be three offense exercises in which the players further develop the team play step by step. In a 4-on-4 game, the players should implement what they practiced before. TU 4: Small group game: Piston movement / countermovement of the back position players and interaction with the pivot This training unit focuses on the interaction of the back position players with each other regarding piston movement/countermovement and passing to the pivot. Following warm-up, the back position players take the first methodical step regarding the interaction with the pivot during the ball familiarization phase. During the goalkeeper warm-up shooting and a subsequent offense exercise, the players practice the piston movement/countermovement which should result in a shot. In the following two small group exercises, the players stepwise further develop their piston movement/countermovement and the interaction with the pivot. The final exercise combines the different elements that the players practiced before with an initial action and creative continuous playing. TU 5: Acting against the defending wing position player with a physically stronger pivot This training unit focuses on simple initial actions in order to gain positional advantage by having a physically stronger pivot play against a physically weaker defense player on the wing positions. The warm-up phase focuses on coordination. Afterwards, the players practice the first steps of the subsequent team play during the ball familiarization and goalkeeper warm-up shooting phases. The three subsequent offense exercises consist of the preparation and the final 1-on-1 play to get the pivot into a good shooting position. A closing game completes this training unit.

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Introduction

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The small group play of the back position players and the pivot is an important offense element in almost each age group. The basics of interacting with the pivot should already be established in the training of youth teams. Positioning and screening play an important role here. The first three training units in the book provide different options of interacting with the pivot.
With increasing age, the space for team play gets smaller. This leads to more challenging running paths for the back position players and higher requirements for the pivot’s screening.
Particularly in adult teams, the physical characteristics of the pivot play a role, too. The last training unit focuses on achieving positional advantages by positioning the physically stronger pivot next to a physically weaker defending player (mismatch).
The courses of each training unit are set up step by step and have numerous supporting notes.
This book contains the following training units:
TU 1: Individual training for the pivot – Pushing through the defense with the Russian screen (TU 200) ()
The objective of this training unit is to improve the positioning of the pivot. After warm-up and a short game, there will be a goalkeeper warm-up shooting from the pivot position. The players practice the pivot’s pushing through the defense in an individual offense exercise. Afterwards, there are two exercises in which the players practice positioning and the Russian screen in small groups against defensive and semi-offensive defense players. The players should implement the variants in the closing game.
TU 2: Pivot – Achieving positional advantages in small-group team play (TU 210) ()
The objective of this training unit is to improve the positioning of the pivot. Following warm-up and a short game, the players practice passing to the pivot under difficult conditions and with different passing variants during the ball familiarization and goalkeeper warm-up shooting phases. Afterwards, there will be an individual exercise regarding the pivot’s screening followed by two small group exercises in which the interaction with the back position and wing players will be practiced. In a closing game, the players should implement what they practiced before.
TU 3: Improving the interaction of back position players with the pivot (TU 271) ()
The objective of this training unit is to practice the interaction of a back position player with the pivot. Following warm-up and a running coordination exercise, the players prepare for the running moves in the back positions during the ball familiarization phase. After the goalkeeper warm-up shooting, there will be three offense exercises in which the players further develop the team play step by step. In a 4-on-4 game, the players should implement what they practiced before.
TU 4: Small group game: Piston movement / countermovement of the back position players and interaction with the pivot (TU 205) ()
This training unit focuses on the interaction of the back position players with each other regarding piston movement/countermovement and passing to the pivot. Following warm-up, the back position players take the first methodical step regarding the interaction with the pivot during the ball familiarization phase. During the goalkeeper warm-up shooting and a subsequent offense exercise, the players practice the piston movement/countermovement which should result in a shot. In the following two small group exercises, the players stepwise further develop their piston movement/countermovement and the interaction with the pivot. The final exercise combines the different elements that the players practiced before with an initial action and creative continuous playing.
TU 5: Acting against the defending wing position player with a physically stronger pivot (TU 363) ()
This training unit focuses on simple initial actions in order to gain positional advantage by having a physically stronger pivot play against a physically weaker defense player on the wing positions. The warm-up phase focuses on coordination. Afterwards, the players practice the first steps of the subsequent team play during the ball familiarization and goalkeeper warm-up shooting phases. The three subsequent offense exercises consist of the preparation and the final 1-on-1 play to get the pivot into a good shooting position. A closing game completes this training unit.
Training unit requirements:
 Simple requirement (all youth and adult teams)
 Intermediate requirement (youth teams under 15 years of age and adult teams)
 Higher requirement (youth teams under 17 years of age and adult teams)
 Highest requirements (competitive area)
Publishing information
1st English edition released on 16 Apr 2018
German original edition released on 04 Dec 2017
Published by DV Concept
Editors, design, and layout: Jörg Madinger, Elke Lackner
Proofreading and English translation: Nina-Maria Nahlenz
ISBN: 978-3-95641-206-6
This publication is listed in the catalogue of the German National Library. Please refer to http://dnb.de for bibliographic data.
The work and its components are protected by copyright. No reprinting, photomechanical reproduction, storing or processing in electronic systems without the publisher's written permission.

1. Structuring a training unit

The focus of the training should run like a red thread through the entire unit. It is advisable to follow the basic timescale below:
- Approx. 10 (15) minutes – warm-up.
- Approx. 20 (30) minutes – basic exercises (2 to 3 exercises max. plus goalkeeper warm-up shooting).
- Approx. 20 (30) minutes – basic play.
- Approx. 10 (15) minutes – target play.
1st timescale for a 60-minute training unit / 2nd timescale in brackets for a 90-minute training unit.
Warm-up practices
- Opening of the training unit: It may be advisable to start the training unit with a ritual (get together in a circle, exchanging high-fives) and to explain the contents and the objectives of the training unit to the players.
- Basic warm-up: Jogging, activation of blood circulation and the musculoskeletal system.
- Stretching/strengthening/mobilization: Preparing the body for the physical stress of the training unit.
- Short games: These should already focus on the objective of the training unit.
Basic exercises
- Ball familiarization (focused on the objective of the training unit).
- Goalkeeper warm-up shooting (focused on the objective of the training unit).
- Individual technique and tactics training.
- Technique and tactics training in small groups.
In general, the running and passing paths are predefined during the basic exercises (you may increase and vary the requirements during the course of the exercise).
Additional information on basic exercise
- Each player should do the drill (switch quickly).
- Very frequent repetitions.
- The players should rotate or do the drill on both sides simultaneously / slightly delayed to avoid long waiting periods.
- Practice individually (1-on-1 to 2-on-2 max.).
- Add additional tasks/drills, if applicable (to make the exercise more complex).
Basic play
Most of all, the basic play differs from the basic exercise in such a way that now there are several options for action (decisions). The player(s) should realize the respective options and make the correct decision. Here, the players practice decision-making in particular.
- The players should now implement what they practiced during the basic exercises under competitive conditions.
- Working with alternative actions – practicing the decision-making process.
- The players should repeat the drill frequently and try out different actions.
- Working in small groups (3-on-3 to 4-on-4 max.).
Target play
- The players now implement what they practice before in free play. To increase their motivation, you may award additional points or additional attacks for correct implementation.
- In the target play, the players implement what they practiced before (5-on-5, 6-on-6).
Depending on the contents and the objectives of the training unit, you may have to slightly adjust the timescales of the basic exercise and basic play.