The hip, knee and ankle are the three key joints involved in kicking a soccer ball. The agonist muscles for these joints are the iliopsoas, quadriceps group of muscles and the gastrocnemius.
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Usually, when people kick the soccer ball they turn there hips and use there legs muscles to kick the ball. It depends if you kick with your left foot you lean back and use the left side of the body, but if you use your right foot, you lean back and use the right foot. :)
you use these muscles in your leg:quadriceps - front thigh parthamstring - back tigh partcalf - back of kneethey all help move the ball:) :) X O X O
the most probable answer would be a soccer ball because it is a ball used in a sport where you kick it
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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.
What is a soccer ballA soccer ball is an inflated ball used for playing soccer or football. The sizes range from mini ball to size 5. It is used for people to kick, head, thigh, chest, or anything else besides hand. Involved in THE BEST SPORT EVER!
When a opponent side last touches the ball and it goes over line the defending side .Then a corner kick is taken, the ball must be in the circle.
Years ago before soccer was invented people used to kick around peoples heads. Now instead of human heads we use a ball to kick