• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Anatomy involved in bowling in cricket and a smash in badminton.

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

Cricket bowl Phase 1 Joint Joint type Axis Plane Movement Agonist Antagonist Shoulder (bowling arm) Ball and socket sagittal frontal Abduction Medial Deltoid Latissimus Dorsi Elbow Hinge Frontal Sagittal flexion Biceps brachii Triceps Brachii Hip (left) Ball and socket sagittal frontal Abduction Gluteus Minimus and Medius Adductor group Knee (left) Hinge Frontal Sagittal Flexion Biceps femoris Rectus Femoris Ankle (left) Gliding Frontal Sagittal Plantar flexion Gastrocnemius Tibialis Anterior Phase 2 Joint Joint type Axis Plane Movement Agonist Antagonist Shoulder (bowling arm) Ball and socket frontal sagittal Circumduction Posterior Deltoid Anterior Deltoid Elbow Hinge frontal sagittal Extension Triceps Brachii Biceps brachii Hip (left) Ball and socket frontal sagittal Extension Gluteus Maximus Illosoas Knee (left) Hinge frontal sagittal Extension Rectus Femoris Biceps femoris Ankle (left) ...read more.

Middle

allows all of the speed to be stopped dead and all of the weight generated into the bowl. Phase 3 Badminton smash Phase 1 Joint Joint type Axis Plane Movement Agonist Antagonist Shoulder (right) Ball and socket Frontal Sagittal Hyper flexion Medial deltoid Latissimus dorsi Elbow (right) Hinge Frontal Sagittal flexion Biceps brachii Triceps Brachii Hip (right) Ball and socket sagittal frontal Abduction Gluteus Minimus and Medius Adductor group Knee (right) Hinge Frontal Sagittal Flexion Biceps femoris Rectus Femoris Ankle (right) Gliding Frontal Sagittal Dorsi Flexion Tibialis Anterior Gastrocnemius Phase 2 Joint Joint type Axis Plane Movement Agonist Antagonist Shoulder (right) Ball and socket sagittal frontal Abduction Medial Deltoid Latissimus Dorsi Elbow (right) Hinge Frontal Sagittal flexion Biceps brachii Triceps Brachii Hip (right) ...read more.

Conclusion

The knee is still slightly bent (flexion) but the weight is beginning to transfer to the front of the body. Phase 3 The extension at the elbow to straighten arm allows all of the speed and the power of the triceps to be transferred into the shuttle-cock. The straightening of the leg (extension of the knee) allows the bodies weight to be brought forward and used to hit the shuttlecock hard. Squat Phase 1 Joint Joint type Axis Plane Movement Agonist Antagonist Shoulder Ball and socket Elbow Hinge Hip Ball and socket Knee Hinge Ankle Gliding Phase 2 Joint Joint type Axis Plane Movement Agonist Antagonist Shoulder Ball and socket Elbow Hinge Hip Ball and socket Knee Hinge Ankle Gliding Phase 3 Joint Joint type Axis Plane Movement Agonist Antagonist Shoulder Ball and socket Elbow Hinge Hip Ball and socket Knee Hinge Ankle Gliding Development ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Anatomy and Physiology section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE Anatomy and Physiology essays

  1. Case study on Andrew Flintoff. Background information on Ankle Sprain which Andrew Flintoff is ...

    in an over at Old Trafford in 1998. The over included two no-balls that, under ECB regulations, counted for two penalty runs apiece, making a grand total of 38. * The highest score of his career at any level is 232 not out for St Anne's (Under 15)

  2. Fatigue - affects on the body

    These are what occur during EPOC: * Replace ATP * Remove lactic acid * Replenish myoglobin with oxygen * Replacing lost glycogen stores * Temperature recovery * Creatine phosphate replenishment There are two phases to EPOC fast and slow recovery.

  1. Investigating the speed of a spherical object on a slope.

    * Friction of slope (the ramp will just be used as it is and nothing will be put on it to change its texture) * Colour of slope (the ramp will just be used as it is, a dull silver colour)

  2. Monitoring Food and Its Effects on the Body

    The BMR is responsible for burning up to 60%-70% (NHMRC 2005) of the total calories expended for basic use such as breathing. When macronutrients are taken into the body, they undergo several digestion process, however each macronutrients undergo different series of digestion.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work