Coordination – One Legged Arm Lifts on a Balance Mat

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The player stands on a balance mat on one leg and lifts a stick straight above his/her head with both arms.   Training goal: This exercise is designed to improve balance, coordination and strength of the small muscles of the lower leg. Load and Reps:  Players should execute three sets of 20 seconds with each leg.

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Coordination – One Legged Volleys on a Balance Mat

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The player stands on a balance mat on one leg and volleys balls tossed by the coach.   Training goal: This exercise is designed to improve balance, coordination and strength of the small muscles of the lower leg. Load and Reps:  Players should execute three sets of 20 seconds with each leg.

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Coordination – One Legged Rotational Medicine Ball Throws on a Balance Mat

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The player stands on a balance mat on one leg and throws a medicine ball back to the coach using a two handed rotational throw.   Training goal: This exercise is designed to improve balance, coordination and strength of the small muscles of the lower leg. Load and Reps:  Players should execute three sets of 20 seconds with each leg.

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Coordination – One Legged on a Balance Mat

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The player stands on a balance mat on one leg, lifting the other leg to a 90 degree angle.   Training goal: This exercise is designed to improve balance, coordination and strength of the small muscles of the lower leg. Load and Reps:  Players should execute three sets of 20 seconds with each leg.

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Coordination – One Legged Pendulum on a Balance Mat

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The player stands on a balance mat on one leg and swings the other leg sideways. Training goal: This exercise is designed to improve balance, coordination and strength of the small muscles of the lower leg. Load and Reps:  Players should execute three sets of 20 seconds with each leg.

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Coordination – One Legged Alphabet on Balance Mat

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The player stands on a balance mat on one leg and is asked to write numbers or letters with the other leg.   Training goal: This exercise is designed to improve balance, coordination and strength of the small muscles of the lower leg. Load and Reps:  Players should execute three sets of 20 seconds with each leg.

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Coordination – One Legged Heel Lifts on a Balance Mat

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The player stands on a balance mat on one leg lifting and lowering the heel.   Training goal: This exercise is designed to improve balance, coordination and strength of the small muscles of the lower leg. Load and Reps:  Players should execute three sets of 20 seconds with each leg.

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Coordination – One Legged Plank on Balance Mat

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The player stands on a balance mat on one leg and works on getting the rest of his/her body parallel to the ground.   Training goal: This exercise is designed to improve balance, coordination and strength of the small muscles of the lower leg. Load and Reps:  Players should execute three sets of 20 seconds with each leg.

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Balance Board

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This complex coordination training is not always the easiest to master. Even talented young players require support and corrections to begin with.

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