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In the wind AnsweR2010-03-27 07:10:27 +0000 #1
My pace is slower, can break through opponents with the force? If the power break, the need for shoulder and waist strength???
xia28410622010-03-27 07:24:31 +0000 #2
I think that breakthroughs will take the body force, first leg, and upper body strength is also very important, you can always do some push-ups, when your upper body strength to improve, you will feel completely different feeling of dribbling (I is such The 。。。), lower extremity strength, I think do not deliberately go to practice, when more than jumping around like usual, and there is a waist, and waist, then do sit-ups every day, great effect. The final step is more dribble, and enhance the sense of the ball, if your ball-handling good, then it would be no need too good health. . .
q5846707572010-03-27 07:31:33 +0000 #3
slow pulling force that depends on the strength to see if you have a breakthrough no power to defend your people to squeeze open
weiwei2832010-03-27 07:26:42 +0000 #4
key is to break the rhythm, speed and then fast, there is no sense of rhythm, a pace in the end, is also very easy to prevent their homes.
Arenance2010-03-27 08:42:44 +0000 #5
no speed, then we can rely on the strength and rhythm of a breakthrough, you can refer to Hedo Turkoglu-style breakthrough. Pierce speed is not fast, and the pace is good, the power strong, you're Fang Buzhu him!



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