Acrosport Notes 4th ESO
- To endanger an opponent with the ball.
- To pull, hit or punch the ball out of the hands of an opponent.
- To contact the ball below the knee.
- To dive on the floor for a rolling or stationary ball.
- A foul destroys a clear chance to score
- The goalie carries the ball back into his or her own goal area
- A court player intentionally plays the ball to his or her own goalie in the goal area and the goalie touches the ball
- A defensive player enters his or her goal area to gain an advantage over an attacking player in possession of the ball.
Video with the basic rules:
Learn how to calculate resting heart rate with tips from a doctor in this free health video.
We talked about needing to figure out what your intensity of aerobic exercise will be. For beginners, you can just use the simple brisk walking technique; where you are still able to carry on a conversation, but you're having a brisk breathing sensation. Another way to do it is to actually calculate your target heart rate. To do that, first you need to calculate what your resting heart rate is, so you need to get a watch with a second hand on it, or that calculates digitally, and you're going to isolate your radial artery, which is here, and place your index finger on it. Don't use your thumb, because there's a pulse in your thumb, and that will confuse the sensation. You're going to place your finger on there, and count the number of beats you feel in a ten second interval. For instance; if I feel ten, I'm going to multiply that by six, so I would get 60 beats in a minute. It is important to take it when you are at rest, so first thing in the morning would be best, but that would be your resting heart rate. We're going to use that to figure out what your target heart rate is.