How do you play water polo?
Water polo is a game played in a swimming pool, with six players from each team in the pool at once, one being a goalie. For every goal the shooter's team is awarded one point, and the goals are similar to soccer goals, but they float on the water and are a little smaller. There is one ball, which floats in the water, and if you lean on it too hard it'll go under water and it becomes the other team's ball. There are penalties, etc., but I won't go into that too much. There are penalties if you touch another player (on the opposing team) on the head, if you put the ball under, if you attack the goalie, and yeah, you pretty much get the idea. There are 4 quarters in a game, and to keep yourself afloat you have to be able to tread water, which can get tiring at first, but when you get used to it you should be fine. Some people call this 'egg-beater' because your legs move in a way that makes them look like egg-beaters. Good luck to anyone beginning water polo or if you're just generally interested in the sport.
Yes, yes indeed water polo is gay. If you play water polo then you have nothing to do with your life and just want to prune in a pool full of men in speedos with raisin dicks. Try a new sport like beer-pong or hopscotch. I have never met a water polo player that was not a complete fag**t. If you watch horror movies by yourself and worship the devil, go play water polo. You…
Hmm. Well, you could play polo, on a horse in a field. You could play water polo in a pool. Either of these, I suppose you would play for fun. Marco Polo was a famous Italian who traveled to China. If there were a drama about him, you could play Marco Polo by wearing a costume and reciting lines. Why would you? Probably the same reason you might play Romeo or Juliet or Richard III.
11 is not too old to play water polo! Depending on your area, there may not even be many opportunities for younger kids to play. Many athletes begin their water polo careers as they enter high school because this is their first opportunity to play. Look for club teams in your area and see if they offer programs for your age group. Good luck!
There are two aspects to water polo training; skill and stamina/strength. The former is trained by practicing drills repetitively while the latter is trained by doing swimming and weights When I play water polo, I have to train on land (stamina) and in the water (skill), we run and do lots of fitness work, and then we work on how we throw and catch the ball, and do alot of swimming. Hope it helped :)
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