Flexibility is essential in Netball. This is because Netballers need to be able to stretch far, for interceptions and receiving passes. Also, Netballers need flexibility to change direction (dodging) and pivoting (moving the body and legs). Flexibility is also essential when preventing injury, e.g. preventing cramp and pulled muscles when moving around the court.
Flexibility is not NEEDED for netball but balance is definitely needed. Being very Flexible may make it easier for you to injure yourself. By having very flexible joints it means they are very unstable and you need to build the muscles surrounding the joints
A netball is the ball used to play Netball.
yes so you could get a good distance throw
the playing area for netball is a court :P
Flexibility is important in terms of being injury free and being able to move freely around the court. Flexibility tests of other body areas that used in the game would also be suitable.
Flexibility isn't really important in netball, I'm just about as flexible as a tree :P and I play well. Although flexibility could come in handy when it come to rolling you ankles etc. MAKE IT SHINE :D
In order to change direction and dodge defenders and become free for passes.
Of course they have to be flexible, to reach out and grab the ball
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.
Flexibility is needed in order to turn quickly and is needed for certain tackles.
a netball comes in different sizes. It depends on how big you are and how professional you are at playing netball.