stamina is important for Netball because it is one of the four main elements. The other four are suppleness, strenght and speed.
Aerobic endurance is very important in netball because it gives the body the capability not only to deliver but to also use oxygen. The oxygen is needed in the provision of energy.
you do especially if you play centre !! and you do lots of running around.
yes because it helps you get more heathy and the bones is your boady is building a lot of strength thanks for looking up this ??
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No, I play netball for a team called Dominos Netball Club. Netball is a GREAT sport for losing weight, you don't have to diet unless you think that you are having problems like losing breath easly and mybe you should get your fitness up and if you do think that you should go on a diet then play a posision that dose not involve to mch work so that you can rest every so often.- here I think they use the word "diet" to mean what their dietary intake consists of. not diet in the faddy terms of yo-yo dieting and calorie counting (!!)also the point about losing breath; work on your aerobic fitness first as this is the problem, not neccessarily your weight (!!)As with any athletic diet, I would say protein rich diet, low in fat and high in carbs is needed.you should be having 10-15% of your calories in protein, and 60-70% from carbs.don't eat less than 2 hrs before a match (4 if you can) as you will feel the effect as the blood moves away from your gut that is trying to digest your dinner towards your working muscles!It goes without saying that you should always always eat breakfast. high in fibre and wholegrains. low in sugar.
endurance is an opinion.cross country or running can be very hard on your joints which can make it very hard (on top of the obvious strains like running)cycling can be gruling but is mostly legs.in my opinion swimming wins. imagine running 12 miles and taking a breath every 5 steps... well that's my swim practice.by the way i do all 3 sports and they are all difficult just in their own ways
You need to work your way up the levels, so get into county team/nationals/regional etc. You will then be scouted to play professionally. You need good stamina/fitness levels, team work, agility, skill, height, speed.
because you need it