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C107 Anatomy and Physiology Task 2Genene Taylor, Student ID001456225RN to BSN, Western Governors UniversityTanya BurchJanuary 2021
C107 Anatomy and Physiology Task 2When a football player kicks a field goal, it involves several systems including the nervous, skeletal andmuscular systems. It takes great skill and power to kick the ball accurately.D1.When preparing for kicking the ball, you must set up the ball and ensure that is held up a certainway.A simple way of completing this movement is strike the ball on your shoelaces and keep your headdown. "Focus on getting your hips moving forward to keep your momentum going forward," says MajorLeague Soccer Mike Ammann.The kick itself involves the backswing of the foot, placement of the plantfoot, direction of the balls path, body position when kicking the ball, leaning backwards, arm swing andelevation of the kick(Bradley, 2018).The core muscles have an especially important job which is tokeep your torso upright.

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