Ninh explains, the Rules of Muay Thai Boxing. The object of the game is to win a contest
by either knock out or points. Muay Thai Boxing, sometimes referred to as
Thai Kickboxing, is a combat sport that is contested between two fighters, and is contested
in an area known as the ring. The ring measures a maximum of 24ft x 24ft,
with ropes surrounding the perimeter of the ring. Fights can be fought in the modern way, with
fighters wearing boxing style gloves. Or the ancient way where fighter’s hands
are bound with ropes. This causes more damage. In Muay Thai, you can punch your opponent,
kick your opponent, knee your opponent and elbow your opponent. Because of this, it is commonly known as the
‘art of 8 limbs’. You are also allowed to trip your opponent
by taking out their legs. The idea is to hit your opponent, whilst avoiding
being hit yourself. If you manage to knock your opponent to the
ground, the opponent must stand back up within 10 seconds, and be able to show that he can
carry on fighting. If your opponent cannot do this, you will
win the fight automatically. This is known as a knock out. If neither fighter can knock each other out,
or if they knock each other out at the same time, a panel of judges will score each fighter
based upon how well they fought and who was the superior fighter. Fights are generally contested in 3 or 5 rounds
of 3 minutes each. The number of rounds varies depending on the
company organising the fight. Judges score every round and the boxer with
the superior number of points at the end of all the rounds, wins. That’s pretty much it, but there’s a few
other things you’ll need to know before fighting or watching Muay Thai. For example:
Music. During a fight, you’ll hear this music. This is traditional Thai music that is played
throughout the fight. Musicians will use a java pipe, some small
cymbals and two drums to try and reflect the intensity of the fight. At any point they can play the music faster
to try and urge the fighters to attack more aggressively. Wai Kru
Before the first round, each fighter must perform the traditional Muay Thai ritual of
homage. This is known as “Wai Kru”. The fighters must at a minimum complete the
basic fundamental elements of Wai Kru according to the customs and traditions of Muay Thai
Boxing. Knock down
If a fighter hits another fighter forcing him to fall to the ground, he will have 10
seconds to get back up. If a fighter successfully gets back up, this
is called a knock down. Clinch
A clinch is where one or both fighters grapples each other. In Western Boxing, clinching is illegal. In Muay Thai, it’s perfectly acceptable,
and is a great way to inflict damage to your opponent with knees and elbows. Fouls & Disqualification
Even though Muay Thai is a fighting sport, there are rules that prevent it becoming a
street fight. If you break any of these rules, the referee
will award a foul against you. If you accrue three fouls in a contest, you
are disqualified immediately and your opponent is given the win. If you have found this video helpful, be sure
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Ninh explains the RULES of Gaelic Football. Gaelic Football is an Irish sport played with two teams of 15 players each.
The game is played on a field that’s generally a maximum of 145m x 85m. These are the goals which are 6.5m wide and the crossbar which is 2.5 m above the ground. Unlike in soccer the posts extend above the crossbar just like in Rugby. The exact same goals and field dimensions are used in Hurling. The object of the game is for your team to score more overall points than the opposing team. To score, a player must kick the ball into the goal or over the crossbar. If they successfully kick the ball under the crossbar into the net, this is a ‘goal’ and is worth three points. If a player kicks . or fists the ball over the crossbar, but between the posts, this is a ‘point’ and this scores 1 point. The game is played in 2 x 30 minute halves for a combined playing time of 60 minutes. Highest combined score at the end of time, wins. Any game that results in a draw must be replayed. Wait, there’s more isn’t there? Oh yeah. Gaelic football looks complicated and moving the ball around the field is the most difficult part to understand. There’s a lot of things you can and can’t do to move the ball up the field in Gaelic Football You can move the ball by kicking it out of your hands. Kicking it along the ground. And running with the ball in his hands, so long as it’s no more than four steps. If after 4 steps you want to keep the ball, you must hop the ball ball off your foot to be eligible to take another 4 steps. This is known as soloing, You can also choose to solo the ball by bouncing it from the ground, but you are not allowed to bounce the ball twice in a row. Therefore, most players alternate between hopping it from the foot and bouncing it on the ground. A player can catch the ball with his hands in the air. A player can hand pass passing to a teammate, where you slap the ball with an open palm. And a player can fist the ball, where you strike the ball to a teammate with a clenched fist. However, a player CANNOT touch a ball on the ground with his hands or lift it with his knees. And a player cannot throw the ball. There are 15 members of the opposing team who are trying to take the ball away from you so that they can score themselves. They are allowed to make shoulder-to-shoulder contact so long as the opponent has possession of the ball, or if no-one has the ball, be shoulder-to-shoulder to the opponent nearest the ball. They are also allowed to use their hands to block shots, or to knock the ball out of your grasp. If you’re used to Australian Rules Football, this may seem very familiar.
But there’s a few other things you’ll need to understand before playing or going to a game. For example: Free Kick
A free kick is a restart in play, usually after a foul. If a foul occurs, a free kick is awarded either at the spot of the foul, where the ball lands after a foul, or the 13m line for fouls inside the 13m area. A player has to declare whether to play the ball out of his hands, or from the ground. or from the ground. Foul
If a player commits any of these infractions, a foul is assessed and the other team is awarded possession of the ball by way of a free kick. A player can be cautioned with a yellow card, sent off with a black card but a substitute may replace him, or a Red Card where you are sent off without a substitute replacement. Penalty Kick
If a foul was committed on a player with a legitimate chance to score, a penalty shot will be given the attacking team. The ball is placed on the ground at the 13 m line and only the goalkeeper can guard the net. Just like in soccer, it’s one kick only and any goals scored count towards the overall score. Substitution.
A team is allowed to substitute up to 5 players per game. Very similar to soccer, the players must wait in the substitution area and players must enter or exit at the designated area and only in a stoppage of play.
To the uninitiated, Gaelic Football seems ridiculously complicated.
But once you understand the rules, it becomes a pretty cool sport to watch.
If you have found this video at all helpful, please like, share with your friends, comment and subscribe. It takes me ages to make one of these videos and good karma is always appreciated If you’re also on Reddit, you can post the video and discuss it there.
But in the meantime, enjoy Gaelic Football! Ninh Ly, www.ninh.co.uk, @NinhLyUK
Ninh explains the RULES of Hurling
Hurling is an Irish sport, played with two teams of 15 players each.
The game is played on a field that’s generally a maximum of 145m x 85m. These are the goals which are 6.5m wide and the crossbar which is 2.5 m above the ground.
Unlike in football football, the posts extend above the crossbar just like in Rugby. The exact same goals and field dimensions are used in Gaelic Football. The object of the game is for your team to score more overall points than the opposing team. To score, a player must use his stick known as a ‘hurley’ to hit a ball known as a ‘sliotar’, into the goal. If they successfully hit the sliotar under the crossbar into the net, this is a ‘goal’ and is worth three points. If a player hits the sliotar over the crossbar but between the posts, this is a ‘point’ and this scores 1 point. The game is played in 2 x 30 minute halves for a combined playing time of 60 minutes.
Highest combined score at the end of time, wins.
Any game that results in a draw must be replayed. Surely it can’t be that simple? Well, it’s not!
There’s a lot of things you can and can’t do to move the ball up the field in hurling.
You can move the ball by Hitting it with the hurley out of your hands.
Hitting it with the hurley along the ground. Kicking it along the ground
Kicking or Lifting it up with your hurley and then striking the ball. A player can also run with the ball if he balances (or bounces it) on his hurley. A player can catch the ball with his hand in the air.
And a player can hand pass passing to a teammate where you slap the ball with an open palm.
However However, a player CANNOT touch a ball on the ground with his hands.
A player cannot throw the ball or throw their hurley.
A player cannot take more than 4 steps with the ball in his hand A player CANNOT play the ball from his hand to his hurley more than twice. Therefore he is only able to handle the ball twice in one possession. There are 15 members of the opposing team who are trying to take the ball away from you so that they can score themselves. They are allowed to make shoulder-to-shoulder contact, so long as the opponent has possession of the ball or if no-one has the ball, be shoulder-to-shoulder to the opponent nearest the ball They are also allowed to use their hurley to block shots, or prevent you from shooting. Games are generally high scoring and fast paced. But there’s a few other things you’ll need to understand before playing or going to a game. For example: Puck
A puck i s a restart in play, usually after a foul or if the ball goes out of bounds. If the ball goes out of bounds, a puck is awarded at the nearest line. If the ball is hit out of the end line by an attacker, the defending team gets a puck out at the 65m line. If a foul occurs, a free puck is awarded either at the spot of the foul, where the ball lands after a foul, or the 20 m line for fouls inside the 20m area. Foul
If a player commits any of these infractions, a foul is assessed and the other team is awarded possession of the ball by way of a free puck. Just like in football, a player can also be cautioned or sent off the pitch for serious offences. Penalty Puck
If a foul was committed on a player with a legitimate chance to score, a penalty puck, similar to a penalty kick in soccer, will be given the attacking team. The ball is placed on the ground at the 20m line and all other players must be 20m away. There is one goal keeper and two defenders defending the goal. The player is allowed to lift the ball and shoot the ball once. Any goals scored count towards the overall score. Substitution.
A team is allowed to substitute up to 5 players per game. Very similar to football, the players must wait in the substitution area and players must enter or exit at the designated area only annd only in a stoppage of play.
To the uninitiated, Hurling seems a strange sport to understand.
But once you understand the rules, it becomes a great sport to watch.
If you have found this video at all helpful, please like, share with your friends, comment and subscribe. It takes me ages to make one of these videos and good karma is always appreciated. If you’re also on Reddit, you can post the video and discuss it there.
But in the meantime, enjoy Hurling. Ninh Ly, www.ninh.co.uk, @NinhLyUK
How to Play Paper Football. Football is a tough, violent game played on
the gridiron. Paper football involves a folded-up piece
of paper and a table. Learn how to play the safer of the two. You will need Flat table Coin Another player
and paper football. Step 1. Sit across the table from your opponent. Flip a coin to decide who will play offense. The offensive player starts the game. Step 2. Try to score a touchdown. “Lay the football”:http://www.howcast.com/videos/422963-How-to-Fold-Paper-for-Paper-Football
flat on the table in front of you and flick it to send it sliding forward. A touchdown is scored when the ball comes
to a stop hanging partially over the opposite side of the table. A touchdown is worth 6 points. Step 3. Take turns trying to score a touchdown until
someone succeeds. Flick the football from where it landed after
your opponent’s last turn. Step 4. Kick an extra point if you score a touchdown. Balance your paper triangle football on one
point and hold the opposite point with your index finger. The defensive player makes a finger goal post
by pointing their index fingers against each other while extending their thumbs with their
fists on the table. You can also make goal posts by making two
L shapes with your thumbs and forefingers and putting your thumbs together. Step 5. Point the football toward your opponent and
flick it with your free hand. Count an extra point if the football flies
through the goal posts. Now it is your opponent’s turn to try and
score a touchdown. Step 6. Kick off if the paper football hits the floor. Lay the football in your hand, palm facing
up. Smack your fingers on the underside of the
table to send the ball flying back on the table. Wherever it lands is where the next play begins. Step 7. Declare the person with the most points the
winner when you are out of time to play with your triangle footballs. It’s up, and it’s good! Did you know The highest scoring National
Football League football game was played in 1966 between the Redskins and the New York
Giants. The Redskins won, 72 to 41.
When we’re talking about the lane, which is
this square here, something that’s really important and it usually applies to big men
and not so much guards, but it applies to all offensive players on the court. When you’re
inside this lane, you only have a maximum of three seconds to do, to stay inside the
lane so usually what you have to do is, especially if you’re a big man, this is hard to remember
because a lot of times big men like to camp, camp out down here and do whatever they do
to get spacing so that they can catch the ball and make the shot for their coach. But,
when we’re talking about people in the lane, usually what the big man or anybody on the
offensive team has to do, is step inside of the paint and then step outside of it. And
once you get outside of these, outside of this border, these lines, you’re pretty much
good; the count starts over once you step back in. So, you want to keep that in mind,
whenever you’re in the paint, you don’t want to stay in the paint more than three seconds.
Just also, just as I was talking about the out of bounds line, this is also something
that drives your coaches crazy and if you know these little rules, these little simple
things before you come to the court, they’ll help you out in the long run. So, always remember
you only get three seconds inside these little, little lines in the paint.
Ninh explains, the Rules of Snooker
The object of the game is for you to win more frames than your opponent. Snooker is a game that’s usually played
between two people, and to win a frame, you must score more points than your opponent. To score, you must use a wooden cue to hit
a white ball (known as a cue ball), into a coloured ball and for that ball to go into
any of the pockets on the table. This is known as ‘potting the ball’.
The table is roughly 12ft by 6ft, and the amount of points vary depending on the colour
of the ball being potted. The 15 Red balls on the table are worth 1
point each. The Yellow ball is worth 2 points.
The Green ball: 3 points. The Brown Ball: 4 points
The Blue Ball: 5 points The Pink Ball: 6 points
and the Black ball is worth the maximum of 7 points.
In Snooker, the rules stipulate that you must hit a red ball on the table.
If you manage to pot a red ball, you are then given free choice to pot a different coloured
ball to add more points to your total score. If you successfully pot a coloured ball after
a red, you score the relevant number of points, and the coloured ball is put back onto the
table. The entire process begins again, and you will
be allowed to try and get another red ball into one of the pockets.
If at any point you fail to pot the relevant ball, it is the end of your turn and you opponent
will be given the chance to aim for a red ball so that they can score themselves.
Once all red balls have been potted, you must aim for the rest of the coloured balls in
ascending order. The highest score after the black ball has
been potted … wins. Games will usually played to the best of 11,
15 or 17 frames. Winning more frames than your opponent wins
you the game. That sounds a bit too simple. There’s more
isn’t there? You guessed it! There’s a lot of things
you cannot do in Snooker. You cannot touch any of the balls with anything
except your cue. You cannot pot the cue-ball, accidentally
or otherwise. You cannot hit an incorrect coloured ball
out of turn. You cannot hit any of the balls off the table.
You cannot hit the cueball twice in one stroke. and you cannot move a touching ball.
These infractions result in a foul, and your opponent will be awarded 4 points and the
next shot. Fouls can also be awarded 5,6 or 7 points
for fouls involving the blue, pink or black balls respectively.
Snooker is a very strategic game, and that’s basically the rules in a nutshell, but there’s
a few things you’ll need to understand before playing or watching a game. For example:
Cannon – A cannon is where a player hits the cue-ball to contact more than one ball.
This is usually a strategic play to leave the cue-ball in a favourable position for
the next shot. Touching ball – If the cue-ball is touching
another ball, the referee will call ‘touching ball’. You must play your next shot without
moving this ball, otherwise a foul will be called against you.
Snookered – You can strategically hit the cue ball to make it difficult for your opponent
to hit the next required ball. When a ball is blocking a shot to the next required ball,
this is known as being ‘snookered’ and makes the next shot very difficult for your
opponent. Foul and a miss. – If a player fouls and
fails to hit the required colour ball, the opponent will be awarded 4 points (or more),
and has free choice to play the next shot where the balls lie … or have the balls
reset to their previous positions and to make the offending player try that shot again.
Free ball – If a player fouls and leaves the cue ball in a snookered position, he is
eligible to declare a ‘free ball’. He can pot any coloured ball and will only score
one point for it. However, he will retain the next shot, so
this is usually a strategic play to stay on the table.
Conceding – If a player does not think that he has a realistic chance to win the frame,
or realises that there isn’t enough points on the table to get a win, the player can
concede defeat and a new frame will start. Conceding is usually done verbally, or by
not returning to the table when it’s your shot.
Maximum Break (147) – The maximum you can score in one trip to the table is 147 points.
This involves potting a red, then potting a black, repeating this process 15 times,
and then proceeding to pot the colours in order without fouling.
If you manage to do this, this is known as a maximum break, or a 147. And is the equivalent
of a perfect game in 10 pin bowling or pitching a perfect game in baseball.
It’s not impossible, just rare. Snooker is a popular game worldwide, and once
you’ve played or watched a few games, the rules will become clear.
If you have found this video at all helpful, please like, share and subscribe.
It takes me ages to make one of these things and good karma is very much appreciated.
Be sure to follow me on Twitter also, but in the meantime, enjoy Snooker! Ninh Ly, @NinhLyUK, www.ninh.co.uk
Hello and welcome, my name is Yves Ton-That from Expert Golf and today I’ll give you an overview of the rules changes for 2019. You may have heard that new rules apply from 2019. In this video, I’ll be giving you a summary of the twenty most important changes. If you think they are hard to remember, please check out my “Golf Rules Quick Reference” which contains a summary of these changes as well as all other applicable rules. That way you always have them with you on the course for easy reference. And now let’s take a look at the changes. From 2019, you only have 3 minutes to search for a ball. Previously, it was 5 minutes. Please take a quick look at your watch before you start the search as this will speed up the game considerably. When you’re looking for your ball in high grass you might accidentally tread on it and move it. You used to get a penalty for doing so, now there is no longer a penalty for this. The ball must be put back. If the ground is wet the ball may become embedded in the ground when it lands. Until now, you only got relief from embedded balls in closely-mown areas, like the fairway and the fringe. Now, you can take a free drop from all embedded balls in the general area, including in the semi-rough and rough. Until now, the player could use any of his clubs to measure out club-lengths. Now a club-length is defined as the player’s longest club, except for his putter. Until 1984, you had to drop backwards over your shoulder. Then from shoulder height. Now you have to drop from knee height. If you drop from shoulder height out of habit, don’t worry, just pick the ball up and drop it again correctly, without penalty. If the ball lands on the wrong green you are not allowed to play it from there as this would most likely damage the green. Previously, the player was allowed to take his stance on the wrong green and the nearest point of relief was always on the fringe. Now, you’re also not allowed to stand on the wrong green, meaning that the spot for dropping is usually a bit further away from the green. If the player hits himself or his own equipment this used to result in a one stroke penalty. Now there’s no penalty. However, it must have happened accidentally. You’re not allowed to use your equipment or a foot as a ball stopper. If your club gets stuck when you play a shot and you hit the ball more than once you used to incur one penalty stroke. Now there is no penalty and the double hit just counts as one stroke. In a bunker, the condition of the sand must not be tested before the stroke is played, the club must not be grounded behind the ball and you’re not permitted to touch the sand during practice swings. This is still the case from 2019. But the rules are more relaxed when it comes to touching the sand incidentally. For instance, marks can be smoothed out as long as they’re not on the line of play and you’re now also permitted to lean on a club, for example. Previously, you were not allowed to touch twigs, leaves, stones, branches and other loose impediments in hazards. Now, they can be removed anywhere, including in bunkers and penalty areas, which is what water hazards are called from 2019. Please bear in mind that the ball is still not supposed to move when removing loose impediments. Otherwise it must be put back and one penalty stroke is incurred. If you declare your ball unplayable in a bunker, you used to have three dropping options, each incurring one penalty stroke. The ball usually had to be dropped in the bunker, unless you returned to the spot where you played your last stroke, whereby you lost the entire distance of that stroke. Now, there’s a fourth option available. You can drop the ball directly behind the bunker but this will then cost you two penalty strokes instead of just one. Water hazards are now called penalty areas and no longer have to contain water. This means that golf clubs are free to mark other zones as penalty areas to enable players to take a sideways drop and thus speed up the game. If you decide to play the ball from a penalty area this is now significantly simpler, because you are allowed to ground the club. You can even set it down behind the ball in the water. Well, let’s see if it really makes playing out of water easier. If you mark your ball on the green and then put it back – and it moves either by itself or by wind, it no longer has to be played from the new spot. It has to be put back again. Previously, accidentally moving the ball on the green was already without penalty in lots of cases. Now this type of mishap is without penalty all the time. It doesn’t matter whether the club slips out of your hand or you make a practice swing too close to the ball and the ball moves as a result – just put the ball back without penalty. Until now, you weren’t allowed to repair the line of putt, apart from a few exceptions such as pitch marks and old hole plugs. Now, nearly all damage on the green can be repaired, including spike marks. But this isn’t free licence to smooth out the entire line of putt, as natural imperfections are part of the game. Some players have the habit of laying the club down on the ground to line up their shot. The new rules state that this is no longer allowed. This rule change mainly affects professionals. On TV you have no doubt seen caddies kneeling behind their player to help them line up the putt. This is no longer allowed and will hopefully speed up the game. The most major rule change in my opinion concerns the flag. Hitting the flagstick is now without penalty, which means you can always leave the flag in the hole. Previously, the flag had to be removed in this case to let the ball fall into the hole. Now, the ball is classed as having been holed if part of the ball is below the lip. This ball is therefore already holed and I can pick it up. This was a summary of the twenty most important rules changes that are valid from January 1st, 2019. If you have the “Golf Rules Quick Reference” with you during the round, you don’t have to remember anything of that because you will be able to answer all rules questions in a matter of seconds. Just open the index tab that corresponds to the location of your ball, use the headings and illustrations to find your rules situation and the solution is right there. By the way, this is also available as an iPhone app called iGolfrules. If you find this video helpful please register with expertgolf.com. You will then automatically be notified if a new video goes online and we will keep you up-to-date about all future rules changes free of charge. Thanks for watching, enjoy your golf and see you soon.
– It’s metal. – The world’s first,
(dramatic music) hollow core golf ball.
– Is it really hollow? – This ball is making a lot of claims. (logo chimes) (hip-hop music) – Do you see that golf ball?
(traffic in background) It is hollow in the middle. It’s metal.
– I see it. – This is not sponsored. This is the world’s only
hollow metal core golf ball. That is super weird. I’ve never seen a golf ball
that has metal inside of it. And it conforms with USGA PGA rules. So that’s cool. We saw this, somebody
recommended that we cut it open to see if there really is metal inside. We decided to go to the golf lab and get this thing tested out. – Where I did my golf lessons. – That is where Lincoln
does his golf lessons. We’re gonna hit this
compared to other golf balls, see how good it is or see how bad it is, and then we will cut it open and see is there really metal inside. So I want to know, how good is it really? We’ll test it at the
golf lab, and then, yeah, I’m gonna take over, so… – [Lincoln] Whoa! – Here is the ball, OnCore’s, oh! Dropped it.
(drops box) Conforms with USGA and R&A Rules of Golf. This ball is making a lot of claims. Increased distance, in-flight accuracy, enhanced rifle spin. (swings golf club multiple times) Oh, that hurts my ears. – Yeah.
(Host laughs) – Did you hear that? – That is-
– Is that the metal one? – Yeah. – [Host] Is there a dent
in your driver here? – No, it’s fine. (hip-hop music)
– 301 yards. – Wow, 301 yards. Not as far as the Pro V One, but it definitely sounds louder. So we’ve hit this many
times, and I don’t know. Initial impressions Corey? – It was different, that’s for sure. – [Host] It feels different (laughs). – You can tell it’s hollow inside. It just sounds hollow. – [Host] Check this out. Top Golf golf ball, Pro
V1x, OnCore golf ball. – [Corey] The ball speed is nice and high, but the launch is kind of low. And there’s a lot
– Well, that’s really- – [Corey] more spin than the Pro V1x. – Look how much more spin that is! And the distance, 184, 175, 179, so not that much difference, but… I was kind of surprised.
(dance music) I thought that it was gonna be similar to some of the other cheaper
balls that we’ve tested that have done really, really poorly. So it’s basically hit about
the same distance as a Pro V1x. Is this ball a good ball? I don’t know yet, like, I would
love to try it on a course and see how the miss hits go. So now, let’s go cut it open, see if we can find that metal core. This will be interesting. (upbeat music)
We are back at home. We have the golf ball right here. This is the hollow
– It’s a golf ball. core golf ball, the world’s first hollow core ball.
– Is it really hollow though? – It’s gotta be hollow, and
there’s gotta be metal inside. (country music) After doing all the
testing with the golf pro in the golf lab, with your driver, you’re not gonna tell
much of a difference. This ball hit pretty well. With your irons, this ball
had a crazy amount of spin. – Yup. – If you like that kind
of thing, that’s good. But it also had some variability
when it went left or right. And then also with putting,
it felt a lot different. If you golf a lot, I’m not sure that you would like this ball,
unless you really, really practice with it and tried it. We took it to the golf
course today and tried it, and it did have a ton of spin. It was a lot different. Like, I looked like a pro
when I was spinning it. So, let’s cut into this
thing, see what’s inside. See if we can cut it just
like the beautiful picture that shows half of the golf ball. – Or you could just slice it. – I can’t slice it with a hatchet. ‘Cause it has metal. (dramatic music) (tool whirls) – [Host] Found the metal baby! We have cut around, and
we’ve hit some metal on the inside of it. Kind of see through it. I’m gonna turn the ball around
and start from this side. – Look how close we are! – [Host] Just like this! – [Lincoln] Why don’t you
hit it with the hatchet? – I just missed it, I just
missed my spot a little bit. (hits ball on table) – [Lincoln] You’re close on that. (dramatic music) – Shoot, got my hand. (hits ball on board) – [Lincoln] Yup you got it! – Think I almost got it!
(sets tool on counter) – Oh, I saw metal inside. – Is there a metal core inside
– I saw metal. – of the metal golf ball. I really need to cut it a little bit more. (hits ball on board) Ay!
(sets tool on table) – [Lincoln] It’s all metal! (blows on golf ball) – Oddly enough, we do have
a metal core golf ball. – [Lincoln] It’s completely hollow, more than I thought it would be. – It’s a good size of the ball! It’s a good portion of it. Sometimes you cut into things,
like the low kyber slit, and we don’t find any water. (upbeat music)
– Is there water in there? – There’s not one drop of water in there! And sometimes we cut
(dramatic music) into things that claim
they have a metal golf ball inside of it, and they actually do. What’s inside a golf ball, which was one of our very first videos we did, what’s inside 2016 top golf balls, (Lincoln screams) We did what’s inside of
an exploding golf ball, what’s inside
(Lincoln mimics explosion) a farting golf ball. Now we’ve done what’s
inside of a golf ball, I don’t even know the title
of this video’s gonna be. – It’s gonna be OnCore or metal golf ball, metal hollow inside golf ball,
– What’s inside the world’s first
– Something like that. – metal core golf ball. – It’s metal. – Something like that? I don’t know. Would you use this golf ball
(upbeat music) on a golf course, the OnCore? – Maybe. – Maybe?
– Maybe. – Maybe.
– Maybe. – Maybe. It does hit far. Your drives would go further. You just have to learn
how to control the spin. I don’t think a lot of
professional golfers are gonna be rushing to
the stores to get this, but I would be curious to
know if any of them do use it. Kinda fun, kinda fun. It’s September right now. Get out there and golf. Good job to OnCore.
– OnCore. (both applaud) – I encore you.
(Lincoln cheers) Not sure if it’s
(drops golf ball) the best ball ever for golfing. – I didn’t understand that joke. – Do you know what encore means? – No. (Lincoln mumbles)
– Encore (claps). (Lincoln screams and claps) – Okay. Know why you wear safety glasses? (tosses golf ball) – Whoa. – ‘Cause, I don’t want to hurt you eye. – Yeah! It’s metal.
Hi, this is Ash on behalf of Expert Village.
In this clip I’m going to tell you how to play a reverse sweep shot. A reverse sweep
shot is completely opposite to the sweep shot. The way a sweep shot is played, left side,
a reverse sweep shot is played on the off side. This is a shot that is basically played
to confuse the fielders. This is not a traditional shot, but has been added to the cricketing
shots very recently. Let’s see how this shot is played. Again, in this shot, the batsman
comes down, gets in line to the ball. The ball is very close to the ground. The batsman
comes down and plays a reverse sweep shot to the off side. Now this is a very unorthodox
shot and you will find that the fielders are not ready for this kind of a shot. There also
some bit of a wrist movement here and the batsman also needs to ensure that the face
of the bat is towards the ground, not towards the sky, otherwise he may end up lofting the
ball to the fielder. Let’s see the shot in real time. Oh! Good shot!