It is legal to lift the ball in a shot at goal. The ball can be lifted on other parts of the field provided it is not dangerous play (this is at the discretion of the umpire).
Get your stick under the ball and lift.
The 'Lift' is legal when executed properly and only if it does not cause danger to the opposing player. lift's are usually used to push the ball or lift the ball over a players stick in order to beat the player and get passed them to gain ground or an advantage.
You can lift it as high as you like so long as it doesn't create any danger either at the beginning, during or end of its flight.
A scoop is what you do to often lift the ball over opposing players' feet and sticks. Similar to a flick, you put the center of your stick under the ball, and push up quickly, so the ball raises a good foot off the ground.
The rules are very basic The ball cant touch your foot you cant use the curved side of the stick you cant lift the ball dangerously you need to be in the 'D' to score a goal you cant lift your stick dangerously and have fun!
a magnetic field can lift some metals not all.
a carry is when you run into the ball and it goes with you as you slow down and a lift is when you just lift up the ball.......
Absolutely. If you are ages 14 or older, all competitive hockey players lift weights. See related links for more information.
you just have to but hockey pucks and longer bolts
first legs (obvious) for running, strong wrists are good because they enable you to lift the ball and push harder. arm muscles are nicer but not exactly necessary other than that just general fitness. flexibility is a bonus but again not crucial
In golf if you lift your ball in golf by mistake it is a one shot penalty and the ball must be replaced.