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throwing

[′thrō·iŋ]
(textiles)
The process of twisting and manipulating yarns to impart texture.
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Recent studies analyzing the throwing movement in team-handball suggest that different throwing techniques result in different ball velocities (Fradet et al.
NATURALLY being a netball player my immediate reaction is of course girls can throw and I'm not referring to throwing a party or a tantrum
Start in a full squat position with the ball between your legs and raise straight up, throwing the ball for height.
This will allow them to work on throwing inside or outside with more accuracy, but will still allow a margin of error.
He committed to revamping Moorpark's throwing facilitry and lured lauded throw coach Bob MacKay -- an Olympic Developmental coach in the discus -- from Modesto Junior College.
A recreational sport for the entire family, FRISBEE Golf lets players test their skill at throwing actual WHAM-O(R) FRISBEEs with power and accuracy as they tee off on four unique courses.
If I'm missing a free throw, I better be getting some great rebounds, or throwing the ball down and getting a dunk and helping my team out.
Its three most essential components are blocking, receiving, and throwing.
He started throwing a split and it gave him a different look, and he started getting better,'' Cabrera said.
I have had good seasons with what I call the Fun-Da-Mental Free Throwing Drill.
It should be noted that we start our QBs in February and continue through the summer with passing leagues that will make them feel comfortable throwing and moving).
2) Angels pitcher Bartolo Colon earns his fifth victory, throwing 109 pitches in eight innings against Cleveland on three days' rest.