ball and socket joints
Ball and socket, hinge, gliding.
hinge joint and ball and socket joint
None,they are neck vertebrae. Ball in Socket joints are used in your shoulder. Hinge jonts are used n your arm
The synovial joint used here in the upper body is the shoulder which is a ball and socket joint.In the lower body the hips and knee's are used which is a ball and socket joint and a compound joint.
Ball joints are a component used to connect the steering knuckle (the part that connects to the hub of the wheel) to the control arms of the vehicle's suspension frame. Ball joint bearings are designed with a ball and socket, similar to a human hip.
The hip joint is one of the joints used when kicking a ball. The knee joint, ankle joint, and the joints in the toes are all used when you kick a ball.
There is a special socket that is used. I had to add a little heat also.
It is the whole arm that is used so the ball in socket joint will be the main contender for the swing but the hing joint (elbow) will bend as you do your thing ;-)
The main joints that are used to catch a ball are found in the fingers, wrists, elbows, and shoulders. Every other joint in the body may be used to catch a ball depending on how you catch it.
That is question explains itself. The soccer ball is used to make the sport of soccer what it is. For without the ball the sport of soccer would not exist. The ball is used to score goals.
Just about all of your joints are being used, football is a contact sport and for you to run and tackle you are moving your whole body using most of your joints.
it's a basket ball. am i right
your face is used to deflect the ball
joints used e in the body, and cannabis can help you bowl faster
There is a "double-yellow dot" ball currently used in the sport of squash.
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Ah, the classic pigskin! This ball if known as a football, or pigskin. It is the central item used to play the sport of football.
A soccer ball was used for the ball and a peach basket was used as the basket.
Basically all the joints in the body have a function in this. However, the main joints are spine, shoulders, neck elbows, writes finger/hand
Many! Your Hip (Ball & Socket) Your Knee and ankle joints to point the toes... Then there are most of the various joints between the bones of the feet and toes to maximize the pointing of the foot or functions and alignments for 'turning' of the ball, in many cases... But in fact, most joints in the mid-section of the body and the upper appendages and body parts are also operative - even if they are not directly responsible for making contact with the ball, they allow efficiency and counter forces within the body.
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The sternum is used a lot in soccer to control the ball.