The timing of the split step is not easy to master that’s why this video shows you some practical drills for improving your split steps.
The usual advice on when to hop in the air is that you should do it when your opponent hits the ball but as you will see you actually initiate a split step before the contact.
You’ll also learn that jumping into a split step is not really a high jump but more of a hop and that it often times happens just off one foot.
The key is the landing – you should land already knowing where the ball is going so that you can immediately push off in that direction.
You can easily train better split steps with the jump rope and following the drills in the video above.
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