It was supposed to tell you that what is ‘arbitrary’ and ‘unnecessary’ about execution is a relative aspect too - no point arguing.
Say you allow people to carry the ball rather than dribbling, and furthermore say that you allow people to use their hands to contact the ball in soccer, what you’ve done is essentially changed the two sports no different from each other. What this means is that execution is not a problem, it’s a requirement to define something. Whether you want to view it as a problem is your own point of view. How difficult it is to follow the rules in which you can execute is completely subjective and there is no point arguing about it so I don’t know why you keep bringing it up.
The least you could do to prove your own points about how some difficult executions are arbitrary and unnecessary is to give some examples and say how it can be changed to make it less execution demanding.:rolleyes:
Ok that’s an opinion, you think so and so, you’re not proving anything either.