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Instep Soccer Kick A Presentation to Dr. Scot Raab & Ms. Amy Raynor For the Course KSPE 3411 By Jessica Gaskins and Brian Barrett Fall 2008.

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1 Instep Soccer Kick A Presentation to Dr. Scot Raab & Ms. Amy Raynor For the Course KSPE 3411 By Jessica Gaskins and Brian Barrett Fall 2008

2 Description of Instep Kick Basic kick used in soccerBasic kick used in soccer Frequently used in soccerFrequently used in soccer –Examples: short passes and shooting A Discrete SkillA Discrete Skill –Well-defined beginning and end –Usually brief

3 Description cont’d A skilled movementA skilled movement To be proficient must practice frequentlyTo be proficient must practice frequently A skillful soccer playerA skillful soccer player –identified when a free, natural movement

4 Instep Kick Instep Kick Instep portion of foot:Instep portion of foot: –Arched portion of top of foot Four Phases of Instep KickFour Phases of Instep Kick –Preparatory –Windup –Force Production –Recovery

5 Preparatory Phase Also called the approachAlso called the approach Take stride with kicking legTake stride with kicking leg Placement of supporting legPlacement of supporting leg –To the side of the ball –And slightly behind the ball

6 Windup Phase Also called the backswingAlso called the backswing Kicking leg extends backwardsKicking leg extends backwards Kicking foot in plantarflexionKicking foot in plantarflexion Non kicking leg slightly flexedNon kicking leg slightly flexed

7 Force Production Phase Also known as the forward swingAlso known as the forward swing Kicking leg thigh is brought forwardKicking leg thigh is brought forward Kicking leg continues to flex at kneeKicking leg continues to flex at knee Knee-snapKnee-snap –Forceful, short, sharp extension of knee Leg extends at kneeLeg extends at knee

8 Recovery Phase Also called follow throughAlso called follow through Little follow-through action across the bodyLittle follow-through action across the body Arms abductedArms abducted Kicking toe remains in plantarflexionKicking toe remains in plantarflexion Body begins to lean backBody begins to lean back –Heel of kicking leg comes up –Next toe comes up –Small hop follows

9 Planes and Joint Rotations Sagittal PlaneSagittal Plane –Flexion, extension, hypertension, dorsiflexion, plantarflexion Frontal PlaneFrontal Plane –Adduction and abduction External and internal rotationExternal and internal rotation

10 Center of Gravity Shifts during the phasesShifts during the phases Preparatory phasePreparatory phase –Slightly forward from center of body Windup phaseWindup phase –Shift towards posterior side Force production phaseForce production phase –Transfers to center of body Recovery phaseRecovery phase –Shifts toward anterior side

11 Muscles Utilized Abdominal musclesAbdominal muscles Gluteus maximus and Biceps femorisGluteus maximus and Biceps femoris Quadriceps and Rectus femorisQuadriceps and Rectus femoris Flexor digitorum longus, Flexor hallicus longus, and soleusFlexor digitorum longus, Flexor hallicus longus, and soleus Anterior deltoid, Biceps brachiis, and Pectoralis majorAnterior deltoid, Biceps brachiis, and Pectoralis major And More!And More!

12 Error: Toeing Common errorCommon error Result inaccuracy and invites toe injuryResult inaccuracy and invites toe injury Toeing requires little repositioning of footToeing requires little repositioning of foot Fail to lock ankleFail to lock ankle

13 Error: Toeing Teacher observe from 15 feetTeacher observe from 15 feet Teacher observe from the sideTeacher observe from the side Teacher possibly videotape studentTeacher possibly videotape student –To breakdown error –Student visually see their error

14 Error: Toeing Correction during verbal-cognitive stage of learningCorrection during verbal-cognitive stage of learning Student talks and thinks about errorStudent talks and thinks about error Visual and verbal feedback bestVisual and verbal feedback best –Teacher or student demonstration –Teacher relates foot position to another skill

15 Error: Toeing Student practice in predictable environmentStudent practice in predictable environment –Student can concentrate on phases Begin with a stationary ballBegin with a stationary ball Form mastered before using a moving ballForm mastered before using a moving ball Teaching CuesTeaching Cues –“keep your toes pointed down” –“lock your ankle”

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