You should be bent so you will have good balance for your shot. Fourth thing and one of the most important parts in shooting the basketball is eye focus. Your eyes should focus on the basket area. Coaches teaching how to shoot a basketball disagree on the specific target. It is your preference whether you focus on the front of the basket, the back of the basket, an imaginary pair of lines leading upward from the side edges of the basket, the oval inside the basket, or another point of visual focus.
* Korfball is composed of eight players and it is the same as a korfball and basketball. The roles of a korfball is: * Goal Shooter (GS) – Attacking Third and Goal Circle * Goal Attack (GA) – Attacking Third, Centre Third and Goal Circle * Wing Attack(WA) – Attacking Third and Centre Third * Centre (C) – Entire court except Goal Circles * Wing Defence (WD) – Defensive Third and Centre Third * Goal Defence (GD) – Defensive Third, Centre Third and Goal Circle * Goal Keeper (GK) – Defensive Third and Goal Circle 3.) The basic rules for korfball: * Contact & Obstruction Two main rules in Netball are “Contact” and “Obstruction”, infringements result in a penalty pass or a penalty shot. * Stepping Korfball, also has a footwork rule but it is more complex, it allows for a stopping step if the player is moving and allows free movement of the feet to a stationary player provided no advantage is gained (thus ideally a player may run on the spot whilst in possession of the ball). * Timed Possession In Korfball, in normal play, the ball can be held for an unlimited time (at the referees discretion that the player is not time wasting).
After all of that, there are defensive drills; which is where you bend down like sitting in a chair and slide across the court as fast as you can. If you are a player, when running comes to mind you think of all the hours of drills, but you remember the time you stole the ball because of defense, for chance of at game winner. Shooting, the most important part of basketball is where you throw the ball in the basket, more importantly how you score points. The
Then test the ball by bouncing it on the table; observe its properties and record the results. After determining which mixture has the most desirable properties, make the same mixture seven times. Place three balls in cold water at varying times, three balls in hot water at varying times, and one ball is for the control group. Take the balls out of the water, bounce them, observe their properties and record the results. Results Table 2: Observations of the ball formed Table 3: Observations of
I love everything about the game: the sound of the net after a swish, crossing your opponent and finishing it with the pretty layup, the good feeling after making that three pointer, dribbling down the court, and just knowing the crowd is there to cheer you on; it all makes me happy. Even writing about the topic of basketball is exciting. Watching the game is also enjoyable, learning the many different techniques and methods you can use to trick or cross your opponent. Everyone has their own style in the game and I think it is exciting to watch. Being around other basketball players is where I feel at home.
The defense will score on an offensive miss, out of bounds hit or the serve didn’t make it over the net. Each game will be played until one team gets 25 points and is ahead by two points. Where a team wins on a serve, they must rotate. Players must rotate in a clockwise manner and there must be six players on the court at all times. During the volley, playing the game, a maximum of three hits per side is allowed.
Name: Sticky Marshmallow February 19, 2012 Developmental level: 1 Objectives: 1) Student will demonstrate how to work cooperatively with passing the beach ball in different directions this helps with Interactive social contact and exercise. 2) the student will be able to show/explain proper technique on how to be successful when hitting the beach ball. This helps Promote social interaction, release aggression safely 3) Participants learn to cooperate for successful outcome and lots of laughs Physical education standards: http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/standards/nationalGuidelines/PA-Children-5-12.cfm Equipment and materials: 1) A large 16-inch beach ball 2) Classroom or gymnasium Instructional Activity: 1. Position players on their stomachs, in a circle with their heads towards the center. Assure that there is adequate room in the center for the ball to move.
After only two weeks of thinking, he came up with the basic concepts that would later define the rules of basketball. First and foremost, he wanted to create a game that would discourage tackling and not allow players to run with the ball, like in football. Instead it would be a game where the players would be made to pass and the ball would have to be lofted into the air. Hence, the game of basketball started with two peach baskets (positioned on either sides of the “playing field”), a soccer ball and 13 rules (Laughead). He divided his class of 18 into 2 teams of 9 players each and began to teach them about the new game he had invented (Bellis).
“WOSHHH” the ball went and i saw the ball go perfectly in the air. I was so proud at myself as well as my friends were, they even took a video of me. Lucky for me that they did! for i had the opportunity to calculate when my ball landed and when it hit the highest point!. According to the video, the gravity pulled the ball down, changing it’s speed about five m/s per second.