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How to Play Four Square : Footwork in Four Square Game

Hey, I’m Tom Jones from McMilligan Elementary
School on behalf of Expert Village today I’m going to teach you how to play Four Square.
The ball, the most important aspect of playing Four Square is the foot work. You have to
always be moving, always be ready for the ball, it’s coming anywhere, so, let me demonstrate.
On the court it’s best to move like a cat in the jungle, always aware of the surroundings
and totally, totally confident and in control of the situation. Mohammed Ali once said “Float
like a butterly, sting like a bee”, that’s not the point, you want to sting like a panther
in Four Square. Al right, see that? That’s the, that’s the kind of maneuvers that will
win a game for you. Thanks.

David Frank



  1. Michael Armstrong Posted on August 9, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    that cat in the jungle stuff is true. i move like a sabertooth tiger and strike like a sabertooth tiger. expert rule variant – remove one shoe.

  2. mathsquadforlife Posted on May 31, 2009 at 2:59 pm

    hahaha this is funny

  3. BCorps94 Posted on July 18, 2009 at 3:13 pm

    actually it's best to stay outside of the square provided your shot is powerful enough to reach another square. besides, what if someone slams at your feet?

  4. jad kaai Posted on December 5, 2009 at 2:55 am

    tennis balls are better