Underwater rugby UWR
The game pits two teams of 12 who have 6 players permanently in the water. Breath holding, the player must place the ball in the other team’s basket defended by a goal keeper. It is a very playful sport that allows players of all ages and levels to have fun quickly. At a high level, it is a demanding sport that requires a very good tactical organization and a great ease in apnea. You need agility, power and endurance to repeat breath holding sprints.
Choosing composite fins is crucial to progress. The length of the fins will depend on your position and the tactics of your team . Short fins have a very quick activation, allowing frequent direction changes and explosive starts to accelerate over short distances. If you repeat long accelerations, or have to defend without moving, the longer fins will suit you better. A good footpocket is essential. Besides a perfect comfort, it must ensure an excellent of energy transferfrom the leg to the blade. The siffness will be carefully chosen according to your size and strength. The small sizes will privilege the soft fins when the heavier ones opt for harder fins.
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