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What are the Best field hockey Sticks for Youth Players?

What are the Best Field Hockey Sticks for Youth Players?

Better field hockey sticks for youth players are designed to enhance skills that good, experienced players will have learned already. Your choice should depend on your experience, position, what you’re comfortable with, and of course budget. When a youth player feels comfortable controlling a ball he or her may want to consider a more advanced …

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What Protection Should I Wear During A Field Hockey Game?

What protection should I wear in a field hockey game? According to FIH rules, 3 types of protective gear is recommended for all field hockey players. Shin guards Ankle pads Mouth guards Gloves ‘may’ be worn to improve grip and help protect the hands. Why should I wear shin guards? Field hockey shin guards are …

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8 Best Field Hockey Sticks For Kids Under 13 [Updated 2021]

Tired of your kids staying indoors? Why not get them into a sport that you know they’ll enjoy: field hockey. Your child will love the fitness, mixing with peers and learning teamwork. Perhaps your child is bored of watching you play through a car window and wants to play the great game, instead of always …

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Which Exercises Should be Included in a Field Hockey Session for Beginners?

Exercises for field hockey beginners are very important in gaining skills and preparedness for playing the game. It’s important to loosen your muscles before any expertize but with field hockey it’s also important to be stick – ready for trapping, passing and shooting the ball. Show the beginner a standard grip with the left hand …

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