When you land on two feet in netball you can then choose which foot will be your landing foot.
So the two-footed landing gives you more options for your next move.
As you jump or run to catch the ball keep your eye firmly fixed on it.
Catch it with your thumbs pointed upwards and towards the eyes. Bring your arms back into your body so you take the force out of the pass.
You can improve this move by turning in the air before you land to keep defenders guessing.
To regain your balance you have to absorb the energy from your jump.
Bend your knees and flex your ankles as both feet hit the floor. Try to land on the balls of your feet, not your heels.
Bring the ball into your body to protect it from watchful defenders.
The beauty of a two-footed landing is that you can decide which foot is your landing foot.
So if you're surrounded by defenders on one side you opt to pivot or step the opposite way.
But once you lift one foot then you have made your decision. You must then pivot, jump or simply step and make your pass.