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Journal of Applied Sciences
  Year: 2010 | Volume: 10 | Issue: 13 | Page No.: 1286-1292
DOI: 10.3923/jas.2010.1286.1292
 
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Biomechanics Analysis for Right Leg Instep Kick

A.R. Ismail, M.R.A. Mansor, M.F. M. Ali, S. Jaafar and M.S.N. M. Johar

Abstract:
High quality kicking technique is the most important aspect of the soccer player. The good kicking technique will increase quality of the games. The study will focus on the biomechanics analysis of the national soccer players as well as identifying to their kicking action and technique using the instep kicking. The subject making the instep kicking by using the right leg. Data management and analysis were performed using Silicon Pro Coach and the statistical analysis carried out by using Minitab software. Image of instep kicking was captured during the study to obtain a visual of the kicking activity so that it can be analyzed. From that, the data for velocity, acceleration, angle of ankle and distance involved in kicking activity can be identified. Furthermore, the equation that relates with the variables were obtained through the ANOVA and regression model for each variable. Based on the findings, the velocity and distance was identified as significant to the force model. This study has shown that the highest average forces produced in force model analysis which using three step run. The highest average force is 5879.60 N, the highest average velocity is 8.2 m sec-1 ec with distance kick as much as 47.85 m and the multi linear model equation is y = - 18.1+711x1+0.146 x2+396x3.
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A.R. Ismail, M.R.A. Mansor, M.F. M. Ali, S. Jaafar and M.S.N. M. Johar, 2010. Biomechanics Analysis for Right Leg Instep Kick. Journal of Applied Sciences, 10: 1286-1292.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2010.1286.1292

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jas.2010.1286.1292

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