Focusing on the correct bodily execution, the players are to perform a push pass without the ball. The players practice individually on their own half-cone. It is important that the shadow passes are practiced with both the left and the right foot.
A good push pass is performed, when: - the player is in balance - the supporting foot is placed correctly - the ankle joint of the kicking foot is locked - the ball is hit in the equator – the centre of the ball - the player has his eyes on the ball shortly before the pass is executed
In this exercise it is also possible to demonstrate the instep kick and flick pass.