Chest passes are really good for center passes or when a team mate (eg: wing defence) is free, there light easy passes . but do not use chest passes in the goal thirds.. much much to risky, use lobs (high passes *one hand ) or shoulder pass, even a bounce pass is better then a chest.
You use a chest pass when you are passing a short distance.
you use a chest pass when the person who you are passing to is close enough.
when we are tired
Basketball PassesThe four types of passes in basketball is the chest pass, the bounce pass the overhead pass and the side pass or outlet pass which ever you prefer!!! :-)labchestbounceoverheadskipwraparoundtip
no the main passes in Basketball are, the javelin pass, chest pass, and long pass, these are the three main passes in basketbal with the long and javelin pass being similar in that they are used to get the ball up court for someone to drive into the key.
1. bounce pass 2. chest pass 3. back board bass? 4. ? 5. ?
There are several different types of passes, to be used in different situations: the chest pass is used primarily in the open court and on the perimeter; the overhead pass is used on the perimeter and on the outlet pass; the bounce pass is a pass that is used anytime under defensive pressure; and the baseball pass is used when you need a long pass.
Bounce pass Chest pass Over head pass I think there's a Baseball pass too. It is used for half-court/full-court passes. They are very accurate. I use them quite often.
Well if you are looking to train muscles to make your passes stronger, then i would highly suggest you work on your arms, chest, core and legs. These are the most important muscles in every pass i can think of. Legs not as much I guess but it would help to have legs tht can support a big body.
Muscle used in Chess pass are Biceps and Triceps .
The chest pass is the most common pass in basketball and will be used most frequently in games. To teach the chest pass, have the passer hold a ball at chest level with both hands, knees slightly bent, and feet shoulder-width apart (see figure 3.1a). The passer should then square up to the target with both shoulders, establish a pivot foot and then step with the opposite foot, and pass the ball to the partner, finishing with hands fully extended and thumbs pointing in and down (see figure 3.1b). The passer should focus on stepping into the pass and on snapping the pass with both hands so that the ball travels into the hands of the receiver at about chest level.
The purpose of a pass in basketball is to advance the ball, or move the ball to an open player. It is also used to confuse the defense, or get out of a double team.