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Water polo goals come in different shapes and sizes which accommodate different pool designs and age groups. KAP7, the leader in water polo equipment and gear, offers over 10 different water polo goals. Below is a breakdown of the goals as well as use cases.
Leg strength is one of the most important elements for a water polo player. Players hold themselves afloat by eggbeatering and kicking and to add a layer on top of that, wrestling your opponent is a big part of the game.
Since water polo is such a physically demanding sport, taking weeks or even days off will have a significant impact on your water polo shape. It’s really important to continue to train at some level so you don’t return to your team worse than when you left. If you follow our steps, you might even return tapered and in a better place than before.
If you’re a water polo player, you probably dread swim season as it’s nowhere near as fun. We often have water polo players ask how important is swimming to play water polo? And can they play in college if their swim times aren’t the best. We break down our thoughts.
Coach Peabody continues to impact the water polo community nationally. A recognized standout coach with San Diego Shores Water Polo Club and The Bishops School he has a been a pillar in the San Diego Water Polo Community for 30+ years.
Water polo is often left out of discussions for the most difficult sport to play because it doesn't have the mainstream appeal like boxing or football. Yet, water polo was the first Olympic tea sport and it was even more barbaric than today.
Since our inception, KAP7 has invested time, resources, and proceeds into developing the sport of water polo globally. One of our most recent efforts has been to grow the sport in Africa, and we are seeing more club participation and higher quality of play, so it seems like our efforts pay off!
Typically, most of the regulations are established for adults, whereas kids, youth, and teens are given smaller sized courts, lighter equipment, and so on to compensate for their age. Like most sports, there are different sizes for water polo balls, and we’ll discuss where each ball is used.