Why Is Handball Attracting More and More Players in Asian

Why Is Handball Attracting More and More Players in Asian

Why Is Handball Attracting More and More Players in Asian

Handball is indeed gaining more and more motivation from Asian players. Thanks to its numerous benefits on physical and mental health, on collective strength and group cohesion.

This team sport inspired by athletics (sprinting, jumping and throwing), is on the way to becoming a real management tool.

Handball and its exceptional physical benefits

Handball is a physical fitness activity! Muscle tone and construction, motor skills, agility and endurance, are all elements that it allows you to optimize, for a certain gain in intensity.

By actually alternating phases of accelerated running, balanced jumps and precise shots, this lively and spectacular ball sport brings together all the athletic exercises. And we know, athletics is good for your health.

It therefore helps players bring their body to its maximum strength and flexibility. By working in particular on their relaxation during jumps and their explosiveness during throws.

Handball also allows these athletes to effectively increase their aerobic capacities. As to win games in this sporting discipline you have to gain agility, it promotes the improvement of the dexterity of the latter.

As a team contact sport, it requires precision in both interval taking and technical movements. Likewise, real coordination in team combinations is necessary, as well as great responsiveness.

Skills that players are encouraged to apply outside the playing area, in their intra- and extra-professional activities.

Contrary to what might appear at first glance, handball does not only require the hands and arms. The legs, chest, back and core are all mobilised for comprehensive muscle work.

When handling the ball, passing and dribbling, it is the players’ skills that are honed.

Handball stimulates mental strength and the spirit of cohesion

As is often the case with team sports, handball is not just a physical fitness activity. It is also an exercise in mental reconditioning and rebuilding social bonds.

All united around a common “victory goal”, the players learn to rest and count on each other. From the goalkeeper, through the attackers, the defense, to the sidelines, a perfect synergy is created to give meaning to the values ​​of solidarity.

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