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what are the different types of dodging in netball
Straight Sprintâ from a narrow base with both feet facing the direction of movement and knees flexed, sprint to the side of the opponent that gives maximum space. Sprint/stop/Sprint â used when an opponent is faster than you, or it could be a fake and go Feint Dodge â from a narrow base with an even weight distribution and knees flexed. Feint in one direction then push off from outside foot to move in opposite direction to feint and sprint in that direction. Change of Direction â sprint in one direction before turning on the balls of the feet to sprint in the opposite direction. Change of Speed â vary the use of speed, finishing with a sprint. Reverse Pivot or Rolling Off â step to one side to draw defender, pivot on that foot, make quick half turn with back towards defender and sprint in the opposite direction.
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