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Copy of Biomechanical Analysis of Basketball Layup

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Biomechanical Analysis of Basketball Layup
By: Jodi Hutton, Natalie Clos,
Terri Publicover

Biomechanical Purpose of the Movement
Building a force by using the legs, and applying the appropriatete amount of the force in the direction of the basket.

Plane of Motion/ Axis of Rotation
1. Whole Movement:

Sagittal Plane about Transverse Axis
Wrist (Dribbling Phase)
Phases of Movement
Main Bones: Ulnar, Radius, Carpels, and Metacarpels

Joints (Synovial): Responsible for flexion and extention of the wrist

Movement: Extention (starting position) Flexion (end position)
Arm (Dribbling/Shooting Phase)
Main Bones: Humerus

Muscles Involved: Deltoid, Bicep Brachii, Tricep Brachii

Movement: Extention (starting position), Flexion (end position)

Plane: Sagittal Axis: Transverse


Trunk
Main Bones:

2. Individual Body Parts
Neck:

Movement
-Extension Hyperextension

Where?

Sagittal Plane about Transverse Axis



Joints?

Atlanto-axial = Pivot joint
Trunk:

Movement
-Extension

Where?

Sagittal Plane about Transverse Axis






Left Shoulder on Right Hand Layup

Movement
- Extension ?

Where?
Sagittal Plane about Transverse Axis






Right Shoulder on Right Hand Layup

Movement
- Extension Hyperextension

Where?

Sagittal Plane about Transverse Axis

Joints?
Glenohumeral = Ball & Socket Joint
Left Elbow on Right Hand Layup

Movement
- Flexion Extension

Where?
Sagittal Plane about Transverse Axis

Joints?
Humeroulnar = Hinge Joint
Right Elbow on Right Hand Layup

Movement
- Flexion Extension

Where?

Saigittal Plane about Transverse Axis

Joints?
Humeroulnar = Hinge Joint

Left and Right Radioulnar

Movement
- Pronation

Where?
Sagittal Plane about Transverse Axis

Joints?
Superior Radioulnar = Pivot Joint

Left Wrist on Right Hand Layup

Movement
- Extension

Where?
Sagittal Plane about Transverse Axis



Right Wrist on Right Hand Layup

Movement
- Hyperextension Flexion


Where?
Sagittal Plane about Transverse Axis

Joints?
Radiocarpal = Condyloid Joint
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