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The main problem is injury. Lots of netballers get injuries - especially in the knees.
a netball injury can take great effect on your cardiorespiratory system because if your injured how are you going to do the workouts that you need to get your cardiorespiratory system up
A person with a serious leg injury should not be allowed to walk. It is also true that a person with a serious head or back injury should not be allowed to walk.
Injury time is up to two minutes, usually.
Being incredible flexible is not needed in Netball but it helps to be a little flexible to avoid injury, such as pulling a muscle. You don't need to be able to do the splits or anything really flexible ;)
Yes when the referee stops the match for unusual circumstances such as injury, pitch invasion or any other unusual stoppage of the game
Extra time is added due to stoppage that can occur in soccer for the following reasons:RestartsInjuriesFightsPitch Invasions.These breaks are traditionally called stoppages, and they result in extra time added. This stoppage time is added so that 90 minutes will actually have been played.
His persistence allowed him to succeed. It was dogged persistence that allowed him to continue to play with his injury.
80 minutes (40 minutes each half ) plus injury/stoppage time created in each half is added to the length of the half concerned
increased risk of accumulating hip and knee injury in the future. increased risk of accumulating hip and knee injury in the future. There is also the risk of a cut that gets infected??!!