Follow Through. In the case of kicking a soccer ball, this occurs as follows, using a dead (stationary) ball as the example: Ready Position: Typically you want to approach the ball at an angle. A quite common position would have you walk three steps back of the ball.
follow through takes away power from your kick. You are only in contact with the ball for a very short amount of time (approximately 0.01 seconds). All the energy that is used in the follow through and other body motions during or after the kick, uses energy that could have been put into the ball with the 6
The follow through also depicts what type of shot will eventuate. If the kicking leg continues along a straight axis, the ball will be at it’s most powerful during it’s flight. If the kicking leg comes across the body (in either direction), the ball will have spin on it, moving it from left to right/right to left during it’s flight.
Follow through on your kick. Make sure your toe is pointed toward the ground. The power of your kick might send both of your feet off the ground as you shoot. Bring your leg back to generate force. You'll get speed and power. If you want to kick a long way, jump at the end while kicking the ball. This will give it your kick even more force.
Follow Through Phase After this event the last stage of the kicking performance starts, called the follow through, in a kinetic perspective it shows us a significant decrease in RF’s EMG activity (until 5% MVC) while the lower limb is swinging in open-kinetic chain (OKC). On the other hand, when the kicking leg hits the ground, another RF’s peak activity moment is achieved in order to absorb the energy from the landing, working in a closed-kinetic chain (CKC).
A soccer kick is described as a proximal-to-distal motion of the kicking leg i.e., the leg moving away from the body. The motion can be broken down by segmental and joint movements existing on multiple planes. The backswing of the thigh will initiate the kick. The thigh will experience a deceleration due to the shanks and the hip muscles.
Back: Level pelvis, straight spine, leg back, leg out, buttocks squeezed. #2. Eccentric Hamstring Kicks. To be able to kick your leg high on the follow through you need sufficient hamstring length AND hamstring muscle control.
players should noticed that the ankle joint needs to follow through after foot-ball contact. KEY WORDS: Football, goal, shooting, lower-extremity, powerful-kick. INTRODUCTION: I. nstep kicking is fundamental in soccer. Many studies have been demonstrated the characterastics of instep kicking and compared the kicking biomechanics