Form/ Stability: low center of mass, having a strong base for support. Max Velocity: all involved joints must work together in order to produce the max velocity. Linear Motion of Ball: motion along a straight line ( trajectory path of the ball) Angular Motion of Ball: involves
Muscular Analysis of a Soccer free Kick Training Developing these muscles is very important to gain top results, reduce the risk of injuries, obtain body balance, muscular endurance and power. Exercises Warm up and stretching Strength: Squats, lunges, leg extension, leg curl,
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Methods: Thirteen male soccer players underwent video motion analysis and electromyography (EMG) of 7 muscles in both the kicking and supporting lower extremity (iliacus, gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, vastus lateralis, vastus medialis, hamstrings, gastrocnemius) and 2 additional muscles in the kicking limb only (hip adductors, tibialis anterior). Five instep and 5 side-foot kicks were recorded for each player.
A soccer kick is described as a proximal-to-distal motion of the kicking leg i.e., the leg moving away from the body. The motion can be broken down by segmental and joint movements existing on multiple planes. The backswing of the thigh will initiate the kick. The thigh will experience a deceleration due to the shanks and the hip muscles.
Soccer kick is achieved through segmental and joint rotations in multiple planes and via the proximal-to-distal sequence of segmental angular velocities until ball impact. The quality of ball - foot impact and the mechanical behavior of the foot are also important determinants of the final speed, path and spin of the ball.
Kinematic Soccer Kick Analysis Using a Motion Capture System. April 2017. IFMBE proceedings. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-4086-3_171. In book: VII Latin American Congress on Biomedical Engineering ...
The instep soccer kick is a representation of a throw-like pattern where the joints and limbs in the kinetic chain extend in a flowing motion sequentially. Through the notion of inertia, with the proximal joints beginning the action the movement of a soccer kick begins with flexion of the knee creating a ‘wind up’ effect.