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its a landing on a single foot... in Netball.

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Q: What is single foot landing in netball?
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What do you call the foot in netball that hits the floor when the player has the ball?

Landing foot? Or grounded foot.

What is footwork in netball?

When you catch the ball , you have to keep your landing foot still. If you land on both feet, you get to pick which foot to move.

What is drag in netball?

a drag is when you're landing foot drags across the surface, as you land, causing a footwork fault.

Which foot in netball must be grounded until the ball is released?

The foot that lands is called a landing foot. If you land on one foot, then you must keep that foot on the ground at all times before throwing it. You can pivot with the other foot, which isn't the landing foot. If you land on two feet at the same time, you can choose between each foot to be a landing foot. Once choosen, you cannot change. If you jump, with two feet off the ground, the ball must be in the air before your landing foot is on the ground again.

In netball which foot are you not allowed to move when you have the ball?

After you catch the ball, whichever foot touches the ground first is called your landing foot; if both feet touch the ground simultaneously, or if both feet are already on the ground when you catch the ball, then you can choose either foot to be the landing foot.Whichever foot is your landing foot, the other foot can be moved however you like, essentially so long as your landing foot stays in the same spot. Well, almost. To complicate things, you are allowed lift your landing foot off the ground, as long as your other foot remains still once the landing foot is lifted. You must also let go of the ball before your landing foot touches the ground again.Needless to say, you can't drag your landing foot, nor can you hop, skip or run with the ball. And you have to release the ball within three seconds.

What are the differences between 1 foot landing and the 2 foot landing?

well the 3 foot landing

How do you correctly play netball?

when you catch the ball, you have to keep your landing foot still but you are allowed to move the other foot. You can pivot, (turn around on the spot) on you landing foot but nothing else. From there you can pass to another player etc. when you get to your goal then either the (gs) goal shooter or (ga) goal attack can shoot, once again with out moving their landing foot. If the goal goes in you start back in the middle again.

What is delayed take off in netball?

A variation of footwork or stepping. It is when a player catches the ball a split second before taking off from one foot, landing on the other- the player thinks that the second foot is the 'grounded' foot and regrounds the first foot.

What are the different types of landing for netball?

They are 2 landings. They are simultaneous landing and the other one is called one-two landing

What are the main rules of netball?

1 you can't run with the ball 2 no contact 3 cant move your landing foot when u have the ball 4 you have to stay in your certain area.

What is the difference between one foot landing and two foot landing?

i want you to suck your pum-pum

What is a netball pivot?

I netball pivot is when you keep one foot stationary on the floor and it doesn't move and the other foot andyour body goes in a circular motion with out moving your grounded foot.

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