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Copy of Movement Analysis Of A Jump Shot

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Starting Position
Anatomical position holding a basketball in hands
right elbow flexed
left elbow flexed
pronation of right wrist
left wrist in neutral position
knees flexed
Upward Motion Phase
Loading Motion Phase
Movement Analysis Of A Jump Shot
Brianna Norris, Laurel Huth, Taylor Schroeder

Full Body Movement
Jump Shot is Performed.
Downward Motion Phase
Ending Position
What NOT to do...
Upper extremities in neutral position
Hip flexion
Knee flexion
Ankle dorsi flexion.
Bio-mechanical Principles
Energy Change in Vertical Jump
Center of Gravity
Take-off:
Kinetic Energy - high
Potential Energy due to Strain - high
Upward Motion Phase:
Potential Energy due to Gravity - increases
Kinetic Energy - decreases
Apex:
Potential Energy due to Gravity - highest point
Kinetic Energy - zero
Downward Motion Phase:
Potential Energy due to Gravity - decreases
Kinetic Energy - increases
Landing:
Kinetic Energy - high
Potential Energy due to strain - high
Center of gravity: point on the body in which weight acts regardless of the orientation of the body relative to the ground

Upward Motion Phase: Center of gravity is higher on the body

Downward Motion Phase: Center of gravity returns to original location
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