yeah. you can play hockey left handed if you can't play with your right hand...
Field hockey and Polo do not allow left handed play.
If you play hockey then you are forced to play with a right handed stick
Yes you can get Left Handed Field Hockey Stick,however... unfortunately due to the rules and regulations of The International Field Hockey Federation it would be illegal to play with it at present.
Yes, they make both types of sticks
Sorry to disappoint you but no, there isn't. But please, don't be discouraged! Out of my six years of playing field hockey , I have had two friends who play but they are left handed.
That is possible. Im right handed but when i play hockey, i use my left hand!
There are no sports that require play on the right-hand side or that a player is right-handed. A common misconception is that field hockey is one such sport; it only requires use of a right-handed stick, where play can and often is made on the left of the body.
There are a lot of left-handed players in the world including internationals who play with regulation hockey sticks. With a little practice and getting used to the skills you will find that a lot of the skill involved in field hockey uses the left hand more than the right in hockey. For example, the Indian dribble uses the left hand to turn the sticks face from left to right when dribbling. When controling the ball you will find that much of the work is done by the left hand at the top of the stick, and the right hand is really just for support and stabilising the stick.
the same way right handed people do but the strings are reversed and so is the guitar I'm left handed and I play "right handed" guitar. After all, it's my left hand doing all the hard work. Same way you play the right handed, except you strum with your left hand and use the fretboard with your right. I cant play a right handed guitar so good job on that.
Our plant produces about 30% left to 70% right for forward sticks. However, almost all goalies play left, no matter which-handed they are. Keep in mind that in forward positions right-handed people often play left, and vice versa, so the stick they use is not always an indication of which hand they write with. Only a very few goalies play right...probably fewer than 10% in professional hockey.
Left Handedness and SportsDue to the added potential for injury, the game of polo cannot be played left handed, left handed play was banned in 1975. Any Sport- it just matters if you want to or not. There is no sport you can not play with your left hand.Field Hockey is one.none all sports are both-handedsoccer of course! you cant use your hands.
no u cant because there is no right side wall
Its because that is what is comfortable for you. I play the guitar left handed and write with left, but people can be ambidextrious (i cant spell...) and do both. That's why. above is true( also i have a theory that its because it's more difficult to hold in your left hand if you are right-handed) =-p
TennisIn FIELD HOCKEY, you must play the ball with the flat side of the stick, predominantly out to the right side of your body. Therefore, whether left or right handed, you must hold the stick with a right handed grip.
he's left handed but plays guitar right handed Yeah ^^ his a lefty =D but it is easier to play guitar right handed which is why he does play right handed he does everything left handed, except play guitar, he does that right handed
Yes, most of them do
yes, but they need a left handed violin to play
Left handed. However, he does play "true" right handed guitars that have been altered to be playable left handed.
because his father taught him to play left handed
Left of course, he is a left-handed :)
Hes left handed but he learned how to play the guitar with his left
No one did - Paul is naturally left-handed, therefore he plays left-handed.
well i am right handed and i play the guitar with my left hand