WHANOWHANO
KEMŪ WHAKAPAPA / ATUATANGA

A takaro used to develope leg speed and explosive power. Essential for a Toa (warrior) to dodge strikes from attackers, moving into position, and so forth.

KAUPAPA

Is a small group or 1 on 1 activity.

Can be used as an ice breaker or as a warm up to more strenuous games.

The object of the game is to jump as high as you can and catch your opponent landing in the same position as you.

If you are still in the air when your opponent has landed you can land in that position, on the flip side, your opponent may be waiting for you to land in the same position and will be ready to snap you out.

There are 4 basic moves to the activity, all of which are started with the call "whano" and both players jump as high as they can and land in 1 of 4 positions.

1. feet together                                      2. feet apart

 

      Whanowhano photo 1              Whanowhano photo 2                                  

  3. Right foot forward                                  4. Left foot forward

                                         

 Whanowhano photo 3                  Whanowhano photo 4

 

Game 1: Both players call of whano and jump as high as they can and land in 1 of the positions above. If there is a mirror image, the 1st player to call "HI", gets the point. If both players call HI, then the player who calls loudest is wins the point!Play is restarted after each point, the game can be played for a set amount of points or time.

Whanowhano photo 5                         Whanowhano photo 6

  

Game 2: each player has turns calling "whano" if the pair land in mirror image the caller gets the point and you play on.

Pics below are examples of points scored,we use mirror image as it's easier to decide, can can also play left and right foot snaps.

 Whanowhano photo 7         Whanowhano photo 8    

          

Whanowhano photo 9             Whanowhano photo 10

HUANGA (Benefits)

Helps to strengthen legs and develop leg speed and explosive power through the jumping. Also develops mental dexterity aswell.

KAITĀKARO (Players)

2 people minimum

PAPATĀKARO (Playing Area)

Small area needed where you and your partner can face each other. If bigger group then bigger space.

RAUEMI (Resources)

No equipment required

Whakapā Mai
  

Rangatahi Tū Rangatira
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Seaview, Lower Hutt

(04) 920 1483

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