Kines 4512 group activity 2

Kines 4512 group activity 2 - Logan Wilkerson Heather...

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Logan Wilkerson Kin 4512 Assignment 2 Heather Hopkins Fundamental Locomotion Skills Walking: Age/Gender Type of Shoe Environment 4 Male Tennis Shoe Concrete 4 Female Socks Tile 20 Male Tennis Shoe Concrete 20 Female Tennis shoe Concrete Running: Age/Gender Type of Shoe Environment 4 Male Tennis Shoe Concrete 4 Female Socks Tile 20 Male Tennis Shoe Concrete 20 Female Tennis Shoe Concrete Skipping: Age/Gender Type of Shoe Environment 4 Male Tennis Shoe Concrete 4 Female Socks Tile 20 Male Tennis Shoe Concrete 20 Female Tennis Shoe Concrete Hopping on  one foot: Age/Gender Type of Shoe Environment 4 Male Tennis Shoe Concrete 4 Female Socks Tile 20 Male Tennis Shoe Concrete 20 Female Tennis Shoe Concrete Object-control Skills Throwing: Age/Gender Type of Ball Environment 1
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4 Male Football Outside 4 Female Basketball Inside 20 Male Football Outside 20 Female Basketball Inside Striking: Age/Gender Type of Ball Environment 4 Male Soccer Ball Outside 4 Female Soccer Ball Inside 20 Male Soccer Ball Outside 20 Female Soccer Ball Inside Dribbling: Age/Gender Type of Ball Environment 4 Male Basketball Outside 4 Female Basketball Inside 20 Male Basketball Outside 20 Female Basketball Inside Shooting: Age/Gender Type of Ball Environment 4 Male Basketball Outside 4 Female Basketball Inside 20 Male Basketball Outside 20 Female Basketball Inside Developmental Sequence: The developmental sequence of walking in infants: the arms are at shoulder height, there is a wide base support, flat-footed contact, and toeing-out in this immature walker. In a teenager, there is improved balance, the base of support narrows, the arms are lowered and work in opposition to the legs, and the toes point in a more forward direction. In an adult, the balance is almost perfect, the base of support is the closest it can get, there is a normal arm movement and there is a heel strike exhibited. 2
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The developmental sequence of running: Stage one; the arms are extended sideward at shoulder height. The stride is short and of shoulder width. The surface contact is made with the entire foot, striking simultaneously. Little knee flexion is seen. The feet remain near the surface. Stage two: Arms are carried at the middle guard position (waist high). The stride is longer and approaches the midsagittal line. The surface contact is usually made with the entire foot, striking simultaneously. Greater knee flexion is noted in the restraining phase. The swing leg flexed, and the movement of the legs becomes anterior-posterior. Stage three: The arms are no longer used primarily for balance but rather are carried below waist level and may flex and assume a counterrotary action. The foot contact is heel-toe. Stride length increases, and both feet move along a midsagittal line. The swing-leg flexion may be as great at 90 degrees. The developmental sequence for jumping (hopping): Stage one; Stage one; the
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