Start with two hands on the ball in a ready position. Knees slightly bent facing the target. Step forward with foot opposite of your shooting hand. Take non-shooting hand off the ball. Jump in the air while raising shooting arm up and back to make an L, or a 90 degree angle. Rotate shoulders square to the goal whipping throwing arm forward.
Stage one. Stand shoulder width apart, facing at the target, on the balls of your feet with knees flexed. Extend the knees and transfer your body weight from low to high jumping upwards.
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The jump shot is one of the most important elements of handball as in the game, motor behavior are performed in specific conditions with the presence of players of the opposing team and while adhering to the regulations.
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