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How to kick an afl football in all four different ways

Kick an AFL Football in All Four Different Ways

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Make sure you are dressed properly. No tracksuit pants!!!

Drop punt: Usually used for kicking from 50 metres and to hit targets (most accurate)

Step 1You need to pick up the football with your hands, then hold the ball about where your hips are and have the laces pointing in the way you want to kick and have your thumbs pointing down.

Step 1You need to pick up the football with your hands, then hold the ball about where your hips are and have the laces pointing in the way you want to kick and have your thumbs pointing down.

Torpedo: Torpedoes are only used for kicking goals from long distances.

Step 1Pick up the football with your hands and put it around your hips and hold it like the picture shown. When kicking a torpedo it needs to be on a slight angle if it\u2019s not it won\u2019t work.

Step 1Pick up the football with your hands and put it around your hips and hold it like the picture shown. When kicking a torpedo it needs to be on a slight angle if it’s not it won’t work.

Banana/snap Usually used when kicking from the boundary line and only uses a few steps.

Step 1Pick up the ball with your hands and hold it like the photo.

Step 1Pick up the ball with your hands and hold it like the photo.

Dribbler: Also used for kicking on the boundary but this one is used for when you’re running.

Step 1 pick up the ball with your hands and hold it like this it\u2019s similar to the torpedo just different side.

Step 1 pick up the ball with your hands and hold it like this it’s similar to the torpedo just different side.

  • Materials
  • AFL football
  • Open space
  • Legs
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