A dangerous hit in Field Hockey is if you hit the ball in the air while a person is in the way of it or has to take evasive action to avoid it. If no one is in the way, it is perfectly fine but you can raise it into the "D".
You don't. Field hockey uses a ball.
Field Hockey Field are flat to ensure that the ball can not roll in any direction unless it is moved by the players and to make it safe for players. if the ground was uneven it would be dangerous for the players to hit the ball incase the ball hit a bump in the grass or astroturf and was lifted into the air and hit a player.
In field hockey, if you hit correctly, the ball can reach speeds of up to 100 MPH!
Hockey is dangerous because there is so much hitting involved and in most cases it is a hit to the head which can lead to a serious concussion.
between pus pass and full hit. result chip hit
In field hockey and ice hockey, hitting is entirely permitted. In indoor hockey, it is explicitly not permitted (due to the dangers and unnecessity of it).
you hit the heavy ball in the goal
it is awarded when the defense hit it out over there own end line
ice hockey is a rink and field hockey is just a field
When you swing the stick to hit the ball to far behind you. Typically it is when the stick goes above your hip. It is considered dangerous play and referees will call it
the most dangerous part is the fact of getting hit with the ball in the face. Most leagues, except for college, you are required to wear goggles thought to protect your eyes and nose.