Teach the Teacher Clinics target educators, youth service employees and handball players that want to learn how to teach handball. These clinics are not intended for new players or players wanting to improve their skills but to potential instructors.
These clinics take an hour for the skill portion and an hour for the game portion.
ICHA - High School Handball Coaches Guide – Volume 1
If you're new to Handball, watching this video will help understand the basics to get started.
Order Equipment through a First Ace Equipment Grant. Get a First Ace starter kit at no cost and get everything you'll need to teach handball at your school or club! (Click on the "Order Equipment" link).
Other First Ace Grants
The USHA accepts First Ace Development Grant proposals for funding new and continuing junior and collegiate handball projects. The grants are awarded in January of each year at the Winter Board Meetings. Find out more HERE.
Plan a Workshop for your School
During a "Teach the Teacher" workshop physical educators are taught, by a USHA certified instructor, the basic strokes and games of handball using existing facilities.
- No handball courts! no worries...we use open wall space either inside your gym or outside on any open wall.
During a "Teach the Student" workshop a USHA certified instructor will come to your school and work with your class(es) teaching the students the basics strokes and games of handball.
- Big class size! no worries...are instructors can handle class size of up to 12 students for every 20 feet of open wall space.
And the best part is...there is no charge for our service if you agree to offer handball as a class for one term.
Workshops and clinics held to date
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More videos on the U.S. Handball YouTube Channel
|Intro to Handball||The Serve||Going on Offense||The Backwall|
|Handball Drills||Return of Serve||Playing Defense||Handball Promo Vid|
Instructional videos courtesy of Ralph Weil.
Download these free lesson plans, learning cues and sample middle school unit.
Elementary School Revised with NASPE standards
For a study that rates Handball go to this link: From Dr. Kenneth Cooper's book Aerobics
To see how handball compares to other court sports go to this link: Metabolic Comparison of Court Sports
For information on the need for physical activity go to this link: United States National Physical Activity Plan
For an article about some of the benefits handball has provided to an octogenarian go to this link: How I got This Body
Athletic Performance and Fitness Benefits
For information on handball as a workout go to this link: Think you're getting a great workout? You are!
For information related to fitness and handball go to this link: Physical Fitness Research on Handballers
To learn about balance and handball go to this link: Physiological Profiling of Competitive Handball Players: Balance Assessment
For a run down on steps playing handball go to this link: Pedometer Steps in Handball
For an article about heart rate and handball in schools go to this link: Heart Rate and Handball