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Lower Limb Kinematics and Flow Characteristics of the Water Polo Egbeater Kick

The water polo 'eggbeater kick' involves a cyclical action of the lower limbs producing upward forces to support players in an elevated position to pass, receive a pass, shoot for goal, or block those of an opponent. Download details of a study by Ross Sanders which identlfies variables associated with height sustained over several kick cycles. Credit: ISBS - Conference Proceedings Archive,…
Date: 11:12:31 04.04.2011
Categories: General
Keywords:  Research, Eggbeater

Lifting Performance in Aquatic Sports

Performance in aquatic sports is limited by the ability to maximize propulsive forces and minimize resistive forces. Despite its importance in water polo, the eggbeater kick has received scant attention by sports scientists. Indirect evidence suggests that lift forces play an important role in the eggbeater kick. It appears that players improve by modifying their motions to use lift forces …
Date: 12:24:11 23.02.2011
Categories: General
Keywords:  Eggbeater, Force

Developing a water polo program

SET Water Polo Club (SET WPC) is a year-round water polo program for 10/U, 12/U, 14/U, 16/U, 18/U and Masters in Orange County, USA designed to help aspiring players learn the dynamic sport of water polo.  Players train in an atmosphere that reinforces high self-esteem, self-motivation, physical fitness and respect for others. SET WPC focuses on the fundamental skills necessary to have …
Date: 16:30:33 19.10.2009
Categories: General
Keywords:  Development

Code of Conduct

If your Club doesn't already have a Code of Conduct, it should! The ASA provides a Code of Conduct and there are Clubmark Codes of Conduct for Volunteers and Officials and Parents for your Club to adopt. The principles in the NSW code below are also worthwhile. - Don’t force unwilling children into playing.   - Remember it’s a game for the child’s enjoyment, not …
Date: 11:45:08 13.10.2009
Categories: General
Keywords:  Code
 
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