June 18, 2010, Newsletter Issue #454: Making Proper Passing Communication

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For the drill on making the proper passing communication, begin by having two players face each other about one yard in distance from one player to the other. Have the receiver communicate to the passer where to throw the ball. Use the hands for two minutes before having the receiver use another method of communication. The receiver can use his eyes, nose or head to do this. Change the type of communication every minute. You can also change the type of pass and the pivot that is used. Players can catch the ball using either foot.

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