- Dec 2010
If I look at my play (and certainly it is considered low level 😃) 90% of my footwork needed is covered by Falkenberg. I find this a perfect excercise to include in most training session to keep and extend your quickness and specifically combined with FH/BH transitions (adjusting grip).
What I was implying was the idea that the OP may need to work on the separate aspects of the Falkenberg (step around, one step) independently first if he is not able to step towards the FH side as of yet which he implies in the first post of the thread. I hope that makes sense. Falkenberg combines two important footwork issues into one drill. It is an excellent drill if you are able to do it. But the issue presented in the first post might be directly addressed by a 2 point drill on FH.
Maybe this is a high level version of it:
All the drills in the next video would be good to practice (shadow and with the ball). And getting to see them done by someone like Primorac where the form is so clean, is kind of nice.