DRIBBLING, PERIPHERAL VISION, SELFISHNESS, TEAM, etc. (4)
There is endless list of fathers speaking with their sons after matches: "It does not matter that the team have lost the match, you played great. You scored 9 goals." or “You can score the goal on your own. Dribble. It is better than pass the ball to John, he will lose it or he will miss the shot."
None of us can teach selfish parents that the greatest charm of handball are common victories and that it is the biggest difference from the individual sport. However, the rules of the game and coach’s behavior can direct children to develop awareness of the importance of the team and the role of narcissism in its strength. Or weakness.
If it is not allowed to dribble in mini handball, parents and coaches focus is on creating a positive emotional mental models that will help them in a deeper understanding of concepts such as: unity, team, club, etc.