Neither rugby nor American football are particularly popular sports in Poland. To a layman, they are very similar because of the "egg-shaped" ball, the contact nature and the rules, which at first glance seem incomprehensible. In reality, however, rugby and American football are significantly different, as are the goals used in each sport.
Table tennis (ping-pong) is a sport known to almost everyone, but still not appreciated enough, according to its enthusiasts. It requires agility, speed and coordination, and learning proper technique is not at all as easy as it might seem. Above all else, however, the game of tennis is a great pastime and provides essential exercise for young people. Find out why children and young people should be encouraged specifically to play ping-pong?
Can the tennis court and its equipment be used for other sports? By all means! One such sport is padel, a great game that combines features of tennis and squash. Played in two pairs, it provides plenty of entertainment and healthy exercise. How to play both tennis and padel on one set of posts and net? We will explain!
You don't need a lot of equipment to play tennis. For the player, the most important thing is the racket. On the other hand, on the court, the net and the posts that divide it into two halves play a key role. What should be the characteristics of good tennis posts? Why is their selection so important? Check it out!
Fun, dynamic competition, and at the same time a great exercise in speed or coordination - that's what badminton is. While its amateur version - comet - is known to almost everyone, knowledge of “real” badminton is not too widespread. Find out what the sport is all about, how to organize a professional pitch for it and why it's worth it.