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Transcript of Soccer
Soccer, also known as "Football" is the most played sport in the world. Soccer is a match between two teams of eleven players with a round ball which may not be handled during play except by the goalkeepers.
The Skeletal system is all of your bones in the body. In soccer the femur, the tibia and fibula are the three most dominate bones while playing as those bones are used to kick the ball.
The circulatory system consists of the heart pumping oxygen rich blood throughout the body using the arteries. Then the blood flows back to the heart through the veins. The four parts of the heart are the left/right ventricle located at the bottom and the left/right atrium located at the top.
Bones Used in Soccer
There are many bones in the body that are involved in playing soccer. These bones are:
Effects of this system in soccer
The circulatory system effects you during soccer because blood starts to flow as you run more and faster and you then become tired. When you exercise, your heart rate can increase from a resting average of 72 to 200 beats per minute, depending on your fitness level and age. If you are really fit for soccer, your heart becomes stronger and your resting heart rate decreases.
Muscles are the most dominate factor of soccer and the leg muscles need to be the fittest for this sport. In soccer the thigh is the most important part of playing, the thigh has 2 groups of muscles which is the quadriceps muscle and the hamstring. Your biceps and triceps muscles in your arms are used to shield the ball and is also used to throw the ball back into play. As you can see muscles are an important factor of this sport and Soccer is a fast paced sport and requires you to be as fit as possible.
The Energy System
The hydration system is important for supplying water to the body so that the muscles and organs can work.
Soccer is a high intense sport that requires a lot of energy and hydration. If you play soccer without drinking you will become dehydrated and your body will feel slow as you have had nothing to cool you down or support your other systems. If this happens you could then suffer a heat stroke. Dehydration is also known for causing people to perform worse or have anxiety or fatigue.
It is important to be fully hydrated for soccer.and many other sports.
drink plenty of fluids especially water, as it's the best source of hydration for the body.
tips on being hydrated!
In soccer all of the energy systems are involved, there are three energy systems which are the ATP latic acid and aerobic, each system has a different role.
The ATP system is used for those quick short distance sprints which is very important in soccer
the net system is the lactic acid system, the lactic acid is for those middle distance runs that you do while on the pitch, lactic acid is the most important system for soccer.
The aerobic system is for long runs, the aerobic system is important for soccer, as soccer is a fast paced game that requires a lot of running which means you will need to very fit.
some great clips of socccer
The respiratory system absorbs oxygen into the body and releases carbon dioxide. Breathing in soccer is very important. If you don't focus on breathing then you will probably pass out. It would be the same for everyday life, but because in soccer you have to run a lot, it's important to focus on your breathing. Many systems help each other out such as the muscular and respiratory come together to help us breathe, which is, again, very important while playing soccer.