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Soccer

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Transcript of Soccer

Kandace Byers
Standing phase
First, stand with your feet hip distance apart, your elbows bent, and your fists near your chest
Right leg bending phase
Lateral side shuffle

Second, keep your head up while bending your right knee and your left knee extended to the left. While shuffling to the right (three steps to the right).
Left leg bending phase
exercise
Soccer
Next, Keep your head up. Your left knee should be bend, your right leg extended to the right of your body. Your body should be slightly leaning to the left. While shuffling to the left (three steps to the left). repeat. ( increase your speed and distances)
Standing Phase
Left leg bending phase
Right leg bending phase
Shoulder girdle
Depression
Frontal plane
Shoulder
Flexion
Frontal plane
Elbow
Flexion
Sagittal plane
Lumbar spine
Extension
Sagittal plne
Hip
Flexion
Sagittal plane
Knees
Flexion
Sagittal plane
Ankles
Plantarflexion
Sagittal plane
Proximal radioulnar
Supination
Transverse

Shoulder girdle
Depression
Frontal plane
Shoulder
Flexion
Frontal plane
Elbow
Flexion
Sagittal plane
Lumbar spine
Extension
Sagittal plne
Right Hip
Flexion
Sagittal plane
Right Knee
Flexion
Sagittal plane
Right Ankle
Plantarflexion
Sagittal plane
Proximal radioulnar
Supination
Transverse
Left knee
Extension
Sagittal plane
Left hip
abduction
Sagittal plane
Left ankle
Dorsiflexion
Sagittal plane
Shoulder girdle
Depression
Frontal Plane
Shoulder
Elevation
Frontal plane
Elbow
Flexion
Sagittal plane
Lumbar spine
Extension
Sagittal plne
Right Hip
abduction
Sagittal plane
Right Knee
Extension
Sagittal plane
Right Ankle
Dorsiflexion
Sagittal plane
Proximal radioulnar
Supination
Transverse
Left knee
Flexion
Sagittal plane
Left hip
flexion
Sagittal plane
Left ankle
Pantarflexion
Sagittal plane
Muscles involved

Shoulder
Eccentric
Levator scapulae
Elbow
Eccentric
Brachioradialis
Right Hip
Eccentric
Rectus femoris
Right Knee
Eccentric
Gracilis
Right Ankle
Eccentric
Gastronemius
Left knee
Concentric
Vastus lateralis, medialis, and intermedius
Left hip
Concentric
Gluteus maximus
Left ankle
Concentric
Soleus
Shoulder girdle
Eccentric
Lower trapezius
Lumber spine
Concentric
Obliques
Proximal radioulnar
Eccentric
Brachioardialis

Shoulder
Eccentric
Levator scapulae
Elbow
Eccentric
Brachioradialis
Right Hip
Eccentric
Rectus femoris
Right Knee
Eccentric
Gracilis
Right Ankle
Eccentric
Gastronemius
Left knee
Concentric
Vastus lateralis, medialis, and intermedius
Left hip
Concentric
Gluteus maximus
Left ankle
Concentric
Soleus
Shoulder girdle
Eccentric
lower trapezius
Lumber spine
Concentric
Obliques
Proximal radioulnar
Eccentric
Brachioradialis
Muscles Involved
Muscles Involved

Shoulder
Eccentric
Levator scapulae
Elbow
Eccentric
Brachioradialis
Hip
Eccentric
Rectus femoris
Knee
Eccentric
Gracilis
Ankle
Eccentric
Gastronemius
Shoulder girdle
Eccentric
Lower Trapezius
Lumber spine
Concentric
Obliques
Proximal radioulnar
Eccentric
Brachioradialis
Standing phase
Goal
Have your feet should be hip width apart. Knees bend, and arms balled in a fist at your chest. This will help you stay balance.
Key Points:
Head looking straight ahead
knees bend
elbows bend
feet flat on the ground.
Right leg bending phase
goal
The goal of this phase is to balance more on your right leg. While your left leg is extended.
Key Points:
Head looking straight ahead
right leg bend
elbows bend
left leg extended to the left side
Left leg bending phase
goal
The goal of this phase is to balance more on your left leg. While your right leg is extended.
Key Points:
Head looking straight ahead
right knee bend
elbows bend
left leg extended
Lateral side shuffle
The lateral side shuffle is a closed chain exercise. The lateral side shuffle works the muscles in the legs and lower back. The goal of the lateral side shuffle is to strenghten the legs and lower back.

This type of exercise primarily works the lower body while the upper body is straight and your head looking straight forward.

The lateral side shuffle is boken down into three phases.
1. standing phase
2. right leg bending phase
3. left leg bending phase
populations
Soccer
Track runners
Basketball
Weight loss programs
Football
Tennis
Hockey
Recommended:
Not Recommended:
Recent knee surgery
Recent back surgery
people with lower back pain.
Resources

American Council on Exercise 2010, 2011, and 2012, Ace's Essentiasls of Exercise for fitness professionals
Model: Lacey Tucker
My instructor: Dr. Surratt
Injury Prevention
Introduction
To prevent any type of Injury first you should warm up correctly before any type of exercise is performed.
The Lateral side shuffle can cause injury if not performed correctly, because of the large muscles that are involved.
There are other modified ways to perform this type of exercise, if needed.
Different Phases
Planes of motion
muscles and joints that are involved
Eccetric or Concentric of the mucsles
Movements that will be analysis are:
The purpose of this Prezi is to show the movements performed of an lateral side shuffle.
When preforming the lateral side shuffle start out slow until it becomes easy, then start progressing in speed.
If you are having lower back problems or recently had any type surgery, do not try the lateral side shuffle without getting consent from your physician.
If pregnant you may perform this type of exercise at a slow pace with assistance near the end of your third trimester to help start active labor.
Michele M. Howard, 2009, Lataral Side Shuffle Exercise, http://healthyliving.azcentral.com/lateral-shuffle-exercise-11459.html
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