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Most in your body i would imagine, especially when your running at the line at the same time, and having turn turn to pass behind. Mainly the hips and knees, wrists, elbows and shoulders though, oh and the fingers, The rotation of the hips and twisting of the knees enables you to get your upper body into te position to pass behind yourself. The power of the pass comes from your elbows wrist and shoulders. The spin of the pass comes from your fingers and wrists.

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Q: What joints are used passing a rugby ball?
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