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Kicking a Soccer Penalty Kick

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Rebeca Oros

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Kicking a Soccer Penalty Kick
The Kick
HIP JOINT
Hip joint is used when standing walking running and kicking.The femoral head fits into the other half of the socket which is a concave depression in the pelvis & the femur can rotate around an axis.
The joint enjoys a wide range of motion in all directions. It transfers the power to the soccer ball.
Common Injury
~Sprained Ankle
~Broken Ankle
~ Achilles Tendon Injuries
A penalty kick is used in soccer.
Your hip and knee and ankle joints are all used when kicking a soccer ball. The glutes and hamstrings control the hip when kicking the ball.

Rebeca Oros ,Rayza Virgen, Milagros Mejia
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Muscles Used
The leg muscles that are used when kicking a soccer ball are the hamstring muscles, quadriceps, and calf muscles. A person also uses the glutes, core, and deltoids when kicking a soccer ball.
Ankle Joint
The Ankle Joint is a hinge joint. A hinge joint only allows movement in one place. (forwards and backwards.)
Bones in the Ankle
The ankle is made up of the bottom of the tibia and fibula, talus, the posterior malleolus, medial malleolus and the lateral malleolus.
The ankle is a second class lever because the load is between the fulcrum and the force. In the ankle, the fulcrum are the toes, the load is the foot, and the force is the Gastrocnemius.
Movements capable by the Ankle Joint
Plantarflexion
: Movement of the foot that flexes the foot or toes downward toward the sole.
Dorsiflexion
: Flexion of the foot in an upwards direction.
Knee Joint
The knee joint is extended when you kick the ball. The hamstrings allow the knee to extend. This joints consists of the tibia and femur & it extends as the thigh muscles contract. The hip swings forward in the movement
called flexation.
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