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The stride stop


This is the first method of catching the ball legally when you are moving or at the end of a dribble.

Remember you can only make one step when holding the ball.

STEP ONE


When the pass is made to you - move towards the ball.

Stretch your hands out and keep your eyes on the incoming ball.

STEP TWO


As you receive the ball, step forward with your leading foot.

This foot is now the pivot foot and will help you turn into your next move.

STEP THREE


Your trailing foot should now stride forward. Get ready for the next move, with your knees bent and your head up. Maintaining your balance is vital.




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