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What is the force of a foot kicking a soccer ball with the force of the soccer ball on the foot?

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kicking of ball is which force

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If the foot exerts a force on the soccer ball, then the soccer ball exerts a force of equal strength in the opposite direction of the foot.

by applying force to the ball the ball will apply an equal and opposite force on the foot. when you kick the ball, the ball will move forward and your foot will move backward. this force is unnoticeable to the common person simply because we are not looking for it

Your tarsals and metatarsals are used when kicking a ball because they are in your foot

Several forces come in to play when kicking a soccer ball. The immediate force may be the velocity of the player as they run to the ball. Another force is the centripetal force of the player's thigh as it rotates at the hip. The third force is the centripetal force of the players lower leg as it rotates at the knee. A forth force is the centripetal force of the player's foot as it rotates at the ankle. The angle at which the foot comes into contact with the ball will depend the angle of flight. For example, the lower the point of contact, the higher the trajectory of the ball.

It depends on where or who you're kicking it to.

you could, but the kicking technique of kicking a football on a stand and a soccer ball on the ground is different. in football you need to tilt your foot as far out as you can to get maximum distance, but in soccer if you kicked a hard ball as hard as you could like that you would probably break something. in soccer you need to make you foot curve around the ball for accuracy. you would have the power but not the right kicking technique.

Such questions do not have a simple numerical answer. It depends on the weight of the ball, the weight and acceleration of the foot kicking the ball and any friction involved.

All the bones in the leg, foot and the ones in the pelvis.

If you kick a soccer ball with your foot, you use the bones in your foot. They are: talas, metatarsal, calcaneus, and phalanges.

Stay over the ball. Place your non-kicking foot next to the ball. Then drive your kicking foot straight to the ball. Make sure you do not hit the ball with your toes. Use your hips to direct the ball to where you want it to go. Now you try.

The Hemi and the squads in your leg use the powerto move the soccer ball to a big increase by kicking the ball by the side of your foot and your knees are always bent and you must always do a RUNNER and your arms will swing if it is a good kick.

With your leg make a kicking motion toward the ball... don't kick it with your toe... but kick with the inside of your foot on the side. ! =)

1) While the ball is kicked, the main force is the force of the foot against the ball.2) While the ball is in the air, the main force acting on the ball - again, an unbalanced force - is gravity.

the action force is your foot when u strike the ball the reaction force is the ball being kicked

To do this you have to put sll the power you have into your kick and twist your foot a little to the oppisite direction you are kicking to.

Run at the ball plant your non-kicking foot on the side of the ball. Strike through the ball with your kicking foot, pointing your toes slightly downward so that the laces of your shoe hit the middle of the ball. Swing your foot all the way through the kick. Hitting the ball lower down will cause the ball to lift into the air. For a soft pass, hit the ball with the side of your foot rather than the laces.

A soccer ball is kicked by the muscles of the leg, including the quadriceps (thigh muscle) and gastrocnemius (calf muscle), pivoting the knee to contact the ball through the bones and muscles of the ankle and foot.

North America is the only place in the world that refers to soccer as "soccer". In other countries it is called football or futball because it involves a foot kicking a ball.

I think the trick is to really get your toe down and kick it with your laces. Make sure you get your toes under the ball. me too i happen to play soccer but you are right also put your foot that your not kicking with next to the ball

First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.First of all, it is important to say that there are many games that use the name football. These include rugby, Australian Rules, Gaelic, Soccer, American and others. What they all have is a ball that is meant to be kicked, though some games put more emphasis on kicking the ball than others. Soccer most involves the foot and the ball and American involves the least contact between the foot and the ball.

Just think about a soccer ball being a cube!A soccer ball is round so that there would be smooth edges which therefore causes less friction with the ball and so the frce would spread around more quickly which makes it g further.It also means that when it hits the ground the force would spread and if it doesn't hit a corner it won't have another force slwing it down(and a round ball doesn't have corners.)It also means that when you kick a ball, it doesn't hurt your foot by kicking a corner of a ball(try kicking the corner of a wall!)So it's rund so it's smoother and goes further.

hit it with the outside of your foot on the left hand side of the ball

It means kicking the ball with the foot.

Almost every ordinary motion you see is governed by Newton's Three Laws. For his first law, he stated that an object stays at rest until a net force acts on it. In soccer, the ball doesn't move until someone kicks it--think a goal kick or any other still kickoff. Second, force is an object's mass times the acceleration. Kicking a soccer ball with a higher force will cause a higher acceleration. Thirdly, every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Imagine you missing the ball and kicking the opponent's shin guard. He feels the force on his shins (good thing for shin guards!), but you also feel the shin's force back on your foot.

Have your kicking foot a little ahead of the other foot when you receive the ball. As you are catching the ball, start your first step forward with your kicking foot and make the ball parallel to the ground turned to the inside just a bit. Then, step forward with your other foot and as it is landing on the ground, remove your opposite kicking foot's hand and raise it up(to keep balance). You should now be holding the ball with your hand that's on your kicking foot side, and then drop the ball straight down and meet the ball and follow your foot all the way through.


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