What’s inside a Handball?


– Oh, yeah. All right, here we are, our next ball. It is a Tachikara handball, Official Team Handball. So, ST-307 something. This ball is sweet, made in
Pakistan, I didn’t know that. I’ve never heard of handball but somebody, one of our YouTube commenters said, cut open a handball. We googled it, if you haven’t
looked at it on YouTube, watch some videos of handball. It’s an interesting sport, it’s
like a mix of indoor soccer and basketball in a way. I don’t know how the goalies
take these to the face because they’re pretty heavy. This thing’s thick and it’s pretty heavy. We’re gonna cut this open
and see what’s inside. I’m really curious. All right, Official Team
Handball, here we go, let’s cut this thing open. I’m gonna cut starting on
this groove and go for it. Oh, that’s heavy, that’s thick. All right, this might be
trickier than I thought. Oh, my gosh, what the heck? The heck is in this thing? – That was a big one. – [Voiceover] Okay, this is a funny one. It has a weird inner liner
that I’ve never cut into yet. Let’s find out what’s
inside of a handball. Come on. (laughing) What the heck is that? It’s like a fruit, bloop, bloop, bloop. (laughing) Here’s the liner, here’s that. And it’s got this weird looking, I guess it’s just not pumped up, maybe, yeah, this would probably just be full. That’s funny, well, let’s
cut this thing open. We should cut the fruit open. (laughing) – Is something inside of the fruit? – [Voiceover] I think, I don’t know. Maybe just some nuts so you
can like bury it in the ground and it grows more handballs. – That would be nice. Does it feel like rubber? – [Voiceover] Yeah, it’s kinda,
well, I’m not gonna touch it with my hand, you touch it. – Yeah, it’s rubber. – [Voiceover] It looks like
this one is number 214, so I know, yeah, 214. – (laughing) 214. – [Voiceover] All right,
we pretty much have it. All right, so there you
go, there’s the inside of a handball. There’s some markings in
there for like quality or something, but look
how thick this side is. Just the outside layer of it. Looks like it has some
rubber in between the two different leather containers
that might help you out a little bit when you don’t, so when you get hit in the face
with it like the goalie does and you can look inside to
see just how the rubber is. I really don’t know how big
they fill these things up, how much air they put in them but ours was not completely
full when we got it. So there you go, there’s a handball, there’s what’s inside of a handball. We figured out the mystery. If you have any other
suggestions of things that you’d like to see us
cut open, just let us know. We’ve got a few others
we’re going to cut open in the next week or so
and we’ll get them posted. So, subscribe and then you’ll be alerted once we actually post it. Thanks a lot.


100 Responses

  1. Kieran Byrne

    June 22, 2016 7:32 am

    Handball must bee completely different because in Ireland in school it's like squash but with your hand very self explanatory

  2. MegaMeli14

    July 10, 2016 6:03 pm

    I play handball, also I'm the goalkeeper. It's not that bad when u get shot it in the face, just when it hits the breast u kinda not breath for a few minutes. I play this game for like 9 years now and I turn 19 soon. Kinda have that experience. Love of love from Austria

  3. Peter Reichert

    May 25, 2017 5:50 pm

    Handball is populary in europe, and also there some teams with high skills.
    mostly the Profi-sportlers are playing with harz or wax to have more grip on it 🙂

  4. Ben Markwick

    August 21, 2017 7:05 am

    Open a NRL football go the mighty dragons if you do open won can you say go!!! The dragons the other word for dragons is St George

  5. anshi sharma

    September 9, 2017 2:45 pm

    hey bro please don't do that with the ball . I am an handball player and that ball is just everything for me so plz don't do that

  6. gutt ._.

    January 1, 2018 7:31 am

    Im a handball goalie and every game i play i get hit in the nuts and it starts to hurt in my stomack

  7. Leptonia

    October 22, 2019 4:54 pm



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