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Kinesiology 2241A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sagittal Plane, Place Kick, Anatomical Terms Of LocationExam


Department
Kinesiology
Course Code
Kinesiology 2241A/B
Professor
Thomas Richard Jenkyn
Study Guide
Midterm

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KIN 2241A September 28, 2018
Introductory Biomechanics
LAB #1
Cassandra Barry
Task: Place kick in football
Starting Position: The person begins in a standing position. Hips are flexed so that the persons body weight is
over the contralateral foot and both ankles are dorsiflexed. The contralateral leg (the one that is placed more
anteriorly) has the knee joint more extended than the ipsilateral leg. The analysis is focused on the feet, ankles,
hips, trunk and arms.
Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Bz_MaEoGGo
Phase: Approach
Sequence Order
Articulation and action
Plane and axis
1
Dorsiflexion of both ankles to shift
body weight forward, body tilted
forward [0:00]
Sagittal, M-L Axis
2
Flexion of Contralateral hip [0:01]
Flexion of contralateral knee
[0:02]
Sagittal, M-L Axis
Sagittal, M-L Axis
3
Lift Ipsilateral foot off of turf, start
first step [0:07]
N/A
4
Flexion of ipsilateral hip [0:07]
Flexion of ipsilateral knee [0:07]
Sagittal, M-L
Sagittal, M-L
5
Plantarflexion of ipsilateral ankle
so foot clears the ground [0:09]
Sagittal, M-L
6
Plantarflexion of contralateral
ankle, left contralateral foot off of
turf, start second step [0:11]
Sagittal, M-L
7
Plant ipsilateral foot on turf ahead
of body [0:12]
N/A
8
Flexion of contralateral hip [0:12]
Flexion of contralateral knee
[0:12]
Sagittal, M-L
Sagittal, M-L
9
Dorsiflexion of contralateral ankle
so foot clears the ground [0:14]
Sagittal, M-L
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