Continuous training is important to incorporate into the training plan for a netballer, as they need to have muscular and cardiovascular endurance to keep up the correct intensity through the game. and Continuous training is a effective and versatile way to do so depending on the fitness capability of the performer.
its used because during a good Netball match, you shouldn't be constantly running throughout the game, you should have periods of rest where the other team or the other members of your team are getting the ball down the court and into your area.
well there is weight training, fartlek,continuous, interval , circuit, flexibility and weight
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There are many advantages for continuous training. Developing and forming habits and thoughts even from an early age. Making proficient by instruction and practice in any profession or work. Training for specific goals and the need to train beyond academic qualifications for the common good. The need to maintain and upgrade skills. Even relaxation training is useful for medical conditions. There are no disadvantages
It not what sports use continuous training. It's more about the person playing it and how well they want to do in it. Because people who don't care much and don't worry about being good wont really use continuous training, but someone who wants to be the best and progress in the sport will do continuous training no matter what sport it is.
Netball is a sport which consists of high levels of agility, endurance and speed, and moderate levels of strength and flexibility. Netball training incorporates mainly running and agility.
because it does
because you need it
yes when you are 50 you will need to quit netball or you can be a coach
preferably matching netball skirts tops & bibs. also a ball :)
Depends on what you want to achieve and what you need to improve. Most people benefit from a mixed programme.