With this coordinated body movement, players minimize possible deviations from the ideal line of the shot. In addition, they can continue shooting. The aim of the rugby game is to use fair physical effort to bring the ball over the opponent's baseline or to shoot it through with a kick between two crossbars, the goal. With a penalty, which is awarded after a foul or offside, a player can achieve a space gain by shooting far into the opponent's side, said the coach of the German Rugby Association in Hannover, Peter Ianusevici. The player can also score with a precise shot into the opponent's goal.
As noted by the British researchers, many outstanding professional players are already taking note of the ideally coordinated leg-arm movement while kicking. However, this is more the result of prolonged practice, explain the researchers. With their results, they want to give the players a training guide for the right shoot while kicking.Communication from the University of Bath (UK) ddp / science.de? Martin Schäfer advertisement