Arm, core muscles, and Legs.
Shoulder muscles are used when throwing a football. They give the arm support and are needed during the actual throw. In the throwing motion the triceps and biceps are used. The core muscles are used to help the thrower stay balanced.
Internal rotators and flexors of the shoulder, extensors of the elbow
Many muscles are used to throw a discus. The quads are used for power and stability, the abs are used for turning and gaining power, the muscles in the arm are used during the actual throw.
The muscles that are used when snapping a football are all in the arm. More specifically, the forearm muscles are heavily used.
The major muscles are Latissimus dorsi, core muscles, Shoulders and the minor muscles used are triceps and forearm.
most importantly your calf muscles
Your Leg Muscles XD Every1 Knows That!
Most of them.
Actually there's only one part used to throw the football. It's the "strings", otherwise known as the thread. You grip those correctly and you can throw the football efficiently.
lying in the same straight line:)
legs, arms, eye
The whole body is actually used to do an underarm throw. However, when it comes to arm muscles, the latissimus dorsi is the main muscle used in underarm throwing.
Lift weights that will improve your upper body strength. Throwing a football far does not just include arm muscles but pecks as well as your torso.
your deltoids are mainly used to throw the javelinif you dont know what deltoids are they are your shoulders
If you throw it right, the football will spiral everytime.
Many muscles are involved in throwing a dodge ball. Your back muscles, all of your arm muscles and some of your stomach muscles. Even muscles from your legs may be used depending on how hard you are throwing it.
we use our quadriceps and our hamtrings
its the arms and core sections.