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drib·ble

(dri'bĕl),
1. To drool, slaver, drivel.
2. To fall in drops, as the urine from a distended bladder.

drib·ble

(dri'bĕl)
To drool, slobber, drivel.
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Standing dribbling with two tennis balls with one hand (2 x 30 sec P--active with walking and shaking arms)
If you look at the way Barcelona play, they pass the ball and when they get to the final third they have got Thierry Henry, Lionel Messi, Samuel Eto'o, Xavi and they are dribbling and taking people on, so they have got lots of players with dribbling skills.
Or maybe it has something to do with the late, great Pete Maravich, the one-time Louisiana State University and National Basketball Association star, an idol of Coelho's and perhaps the greatest dribbling wizard ever.
Imagine or experience dribbling a ball while stationary and then taking that dribbling ball for a walk.
Fundraising dribbling trio Alan Colebourne, Rod Wendell and Craig Connor are welcomed to the Hawthorns by Albion mascot Baggie Bird.
Professional and nonprofessional players appear one after the other, doing mind-boggling dance, dribbling, and ball-handling moves set to hip-hop rhythms made by sneakers squeaking and balls bouncing.
Dribbling while making quick speed and direction changes
But all of them worked hard to improve dribbling, shooting, putting, and chipping.
The researchers noticed, through their work as juniors sector coaches, Insufficiency in motor speed level of juniors through motor performances, as the slowness through performing trap movements with and without the ball, dribbling and changing direction, passing and receiving, which could be due to players inability on realizing self-motor rhythm for those skills and therefore inability to perceive time and dynamic sequence, which helps increasing the rate of speed at performance.
Guthrie kept time for the contestants dribbling and then relayed the time to a score keeper for each group of participants.
And after 10 30-mile days, with each lad dribbling the ball in 15-minute shifts, they plan to reach Hampden in time to watch Scotland take on Serbia in their opening 2014 World Cup qualifier a week on Saturday.
Says Steve: "I've adapted some of our dribbling teaching methods so that you can use them in your back garden or park.