Why Do You Need Muscular Endurance in Netball?

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Netball players need muscular endurance to be able to keep a sustained performance throughout the whole match right to the final whistle, keeping up with, and hopefully outperforming the opposition continually throughout the match.
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Muscular Endurance is how long the muscles can perform repeated contractions at, or near a maximum level for an extended period of time with becoming tired or fatigued. In Netball
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So that you can go longer and harder than anybody else, making you a better player than them in any sport.
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you need it to throw the ball far.
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To perform at elevated levels for an extended period of time. Endurance is directly correlated to your body's health, and more specifically, your heart's health.
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Muscular endurance is important for netball players to help keep muscles contracting for the full length of the match without them becoming tired or weak. This is because they keep on balancing and jumping especially whilst under pressure from the opposition.
Netball players use muscular endurance to be able to keep a sustained performance throughout the whole match right to the final whistle, keeping up with and hopefully outperforming the opposition continually throughout the match.
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