You can apply force summation in a push pass by stepping in to hit the ball because when you step in you are allowing your bigger muscles to contribute to the hit as you will be using your heavy muscles, quadriceps and hamstring, and will be working your way up to your torso, shoulders, arm and through to your finger until you push the ball. This shows force summation :)
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A field hockey stick is a field hockey stick. There is no differentiation between those used on either surface; most stick models can and will be used on both.
There is no onside or offside in field hockey, at least as used in other sports. It is sometimes used to describe a player is in the wrong half of the field when a centrepass is taken, but that is about the only time.
Drug abuse is extremely rare in field hockey; there are almost no cases recorded in the history of the FIH.
your fingers do most of the work when doing a set
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There are three surfaces are used in field hockey: 1. Mud surface. 2. Grassy groun. 3. Afterterf (santhetic)
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In field hockey, the ball is normally white, dimpled, made of hard plastic and around the size of a fist; most are hollow to achieve the correct weight. In ice hockey, a puck is used instead. It is normally black, smooth and made of hard solid rubber.
No, Dhanraj Pillay is not known as the Wizard of Hockey. Though he is also one of the excellent players of Hockey, but the legend who was known as the 'Wizard of Hockey'; was one & only Major Dhyan Chand.