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Tutorial: Dip turns!

Postby Robbing » Sun May 10, 2015 10:29 pm

A dip turn is a great way to be able to turn your boat around quickly. You have a greater chance of winning if you can catching your opposing team off guard by being speedy. So if you can break really quickly and get in to their half before they've setup defence, you have a higher chance of scoring a goal. Or vica versa, you've got a higher chance of being able to defend. Dip turns are also a great way to be able to face the direction of a loose ball as quickly as possible to be able collect it before the other team and just generally use it to your advantage to get away from an opponent or to jostle with.

Once you've mastered the art of dip turning whilst moving, you should master it from a stationary starting position. This is great for when you're in a jostle and you want to face the other direction because the ball has moved to the opposite side of the pitch.

The following are various videos found on Youtube. The first is a tutorial and the others are examples of people doing them.






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