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Four Square

Ball can only touch in your square 1 time. Works on footwork and glove work. Also helps with reaction time.
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CROSSNET: The World’s First Four Square Volleyball Game

CROSSNET is the world’s first four square volleyball game.

This video demonstrates how the game is played.
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Four Square World Championship - TOP 10 PLAYS

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This video highlights the top ten plays (and some honourable mentions) from the 2008 Four Square World Championships. The top ten features world champ Cody Macdonald of St.John's, Newfoundland, Canada and Tiger Claw of Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. The honourable mentions include other players from Newfoundland, Boston and UCONN.

Cody Macdonald, the current Four Square Champion of the World, is a member of the the MUN Squareball Society. Check them out for more cool videos, pictures, upcoming events and the Book of Squareball Moves.

The MUN Squareball Society plays games of squareball (aka four square, boxball, champ, kings corner) at Memorial University on a weekly basis. We are committed to making the world a better place through the game of squareball (aka four square, boxball, champ, kings corner).
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Francis Chan: Foursquare Connection 2014



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The Four Square Gang

At the dawn of the new millenium, a group of 5 young men at the University of Texas embarked on a revolution. What revolution, you ask? Good question.

NYC Handball is Bigger Than You Think: Urban Recreation | Part 3

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Staying active in NYC isn’t always the easiest but a majority of New Yorkers turn to the recreational sport of handball. Episode 3 of URBAN RECREATION tells the story of New York’s most popular sport – yes, even more than basketball. With more than 2,000 handball courts across the five boroughs and a rubber ball available at any corner bodega, New York is the Mecca of handball. This episode follows three-time U.S. Handball Champion and current number one player in the world, Timbo Gonzalez, as he travels through his old New York neighborhoods to share his view of handball and what it means to New York.
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four square: meet the pros of the four square game

underground sports coverage of some of the big names to look out for this four square season. professional 4 square. four square game. ultimate four square. four square sport, check out our other videos too!

The FOUR-SQUARE Basketball Challenge!

I'm pretty sure we all played four square growing up as kids..so I decided to put my own twist on it!

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4 Square Highlights Part 2

Congrats to champion of the 229 Student Ministry 4-Square Tournament, Jake Parker! #BeABear

Top Ten Plays from the greatest squareball (aka four square) game ever

One from the archives. The greatest squareball / four square game ever played.
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2012 Four Square World Championships Men's Final

PRBC 4-Square Champions League

Taking the top 8 4-Square players of the 229 Student Ministry, we battled it out for 2 hours to determine the true champion of Valdosta, GA. There were a ton of great shots, blocks, and rallies (hence the really long video), and this highlight reel captures some of the intense competition.

Featuring:
Cole Parker, Logan Neeley, Jacob Parker, Andrew Elam, Blake Hedgecock, Nick Vega, Tristen Sefa, and Chip Osborne

Filmed using a Go-Pro Hero 2.

How To Play FOUR SQUARE

Jack from Active Cambridge shows you how to play this fun variation on a playground ball game that develops skills for multiple sports!

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Four Square Soccer Extreme!

This is the most ballin game that is played without hands. It is adapted from the traditional playground game of four square where players hit a ball into others squares into an intense version where players accomplish the same goal without the use of their hands or arms. The moral of the story - you better bring your moves to the court!

4-Square Drill

Imagine a small square on the ground and you are standing in the middle of it. As fast as you can jump out of the box and back to starting working your way all around the box. Then repeat with your left and right feet.

So it looks like this:
Foreword-Back
Right-Back
Back- Foreword
Left-Foreword

Then repeat in the opposite direction

Repeat the pattern again with your left and right feet separately.

Jumping the pattern with both feet and each foot individually = 1 rep
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Four Square Hopping Basic

One of many requirements that runners must pass before returning to regular training following injury. Stay tuned for the more advanced version of this drill

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4 square- A gentlemen's sport

the 2nd of A gentlemen's sport series
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4 Square Drills

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Hi, it's Pauline again, and I'm going to take you through another amazing plyometric workout or exercise. So this exercise is really for agility and of course, balance. These are called square jumps and I'm going to be moving laterally and front to back. What is really, really important is when you're doing this movement it's important that you're going to keep your knees soft.

Something else that I like to do; right now it's blank; but I like to add numbers, so I'll number the box from one, two, three and four and use it in that way. So when I do a workout, I'll incorporate different protocols. So I'd say I'm going to go from one to two, okay? So I'm going to start this move and you're just going front to back like that, keeping your knees soft, front to back. Again, using my arms as a driving force.

Now this is just for beginners, okay if you're an athlete, basketball, tennis, soccer anything, table tennis you're going to speed it up. Okay, as quick as you can front to back over the tape, okay? So now I'm going to go one, two, three, four. Something to remember is this movement, you can only do it for maybe 20 to 30 seconds and rest, because your calves and legs, everything, really, really activates, so just do it for 20 seconds, take a break for like 10 seconds or so and then do it again, okay?

So I'm going to go from one to four. So from here watch my arm movement, okay? Now I'm going to got the other way around, have to equal it on the other side. Here we go, four, three, two, one. If I want a challenge, okay? I would go from one to three, so I'm going to go at a diagonal on the line here. The key thing to remember though, as you're going diagonal, you're not actually going to turn diagonal. You're going to stay in this position and go diagonal, all right? So arms again going opposite, okay?

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