Behind The Back

Crossing the ball behind the back is another way to protect the ball from the defence when changing hands. To learn and practice the behind the back dribble, squat as low as possible with a straight back. Try to have the femur bone parallel to the ground. Place both hands behind the back and perform a crossover exactly like the one practiced in front of the body. Hands on the side of the ball, flicking the wrist, pushing the fingertips into the ground so they end up pointing at the other hand.

  1. Dribble pyramid x 10

  2. 10 crossovers, 10 between the legs and 10 behind the back