Quote of the day... “It is possible to store the mind with a million facts and still be entirely uneducated.” Alec Bourne
Discussion Write down any questions you have regarding the submission of Phase 1 for Monday How did you feel about the information given in yesterday’s lesson? What types of issues did you run into last night as you began research on YouTube? Recording your own footage
Review of Yesterday’s Handout Analyzing Sport Skills Step 1: Determine the primary objective of the skill Step 2: Study expert examples of the skill being performed Step 3: Divide the skill into phases Step 4: Divide each phase into key elements Components of Sport Skills: (DESCRIPTION) -Purpose of the skill -Joints: Ankle knee hip shoulder elbow hands head -Base of support Center of mass Momentum (weight transfer) -OTHER
Summative Assignment Overview Phase 1: Research & Description of the skill Due Monday Formative Feedback Phase 2: Drawing Free Body Diagrams & Applying Biomechanical Concepts Done In-Class – Due Date: Formative Feedback Phase 3: Biomechanical Analysis Report Paper Submitted Due Date: Summative EVALUATION – see Rubric Principles of Biomechanical Analysis – Stability, Maximum force, Maximum Velocity p. 231
Example 2: Rugby: The Scrum- Half Pass The scrum-half is the player on the field who most often moves the ball from the ground into another offensive player’s hands Purpose: Move the ball from the ground into offensive teammate’s hands Success Criteria: Speed & Accuracy
Complete The Descriptive Analysis Backswing Critical Instant Follow Through
Backswing Purpose of the skill - move the ball from the ground to the offensive player’s hands Joints: - Ankle – ankles are flexed, the back (weight bearing foot) is in dorsi-flexion, the non-weight bearing foot is flexed at 90 degrees and pointed towards the passing target - knee – both knees are bent, the weight bearing leg is flexed to a greater angle - hip – the abdomen is flexed, the athlete is leaning forward, hips facing forward (squared up toward the scrum) - shoulder – shoulders are in line with the hips (squared towards the scrum, not the target), - elbow - elbows are slightly bent, as the ball is being held just anterior to the body, arms are both pulled back towards the leg supporting most of the body weight - hands – fingers are spread and comfortably wrapped around the sides of the rugby ball, wrists are flexed - head – head is turned to the side, looking at the passing target Base of support – the base of support is very wide (approx. A meter) and it is lateral Other - ?