Being strong is extremely helpful in football because it helps you to muscle players off the ball, or to protect whilst you dribble.
If you need to hold up play you could shield the ball up-pitch or if you are chasing a player from behind, you could use your strength to tactically foul them and allow your players too get back.
However this could be punished with a yellow or even red card.
The main components needed for football are speed, stamina, muscular power and flexibility. Speed is needed to get away from your defender or to catch up to the attacker. Stamina is needed so that you can run around a lot and not get so tired. Muscular power is needed to get above the defenders to make a header or to get possession. Flexibility is needed when you're a goalkeeper to dive and jump.
Coordination, reaction time, muscular strength, speed and balance. Hope it helps!
Football, boxing, wrestling. All sports in some form rely on muscular power. Kicking soccer balls
Power is needed in football to be able to win the ball in tackles, keep the ball under pressure and finally to be able to shoot and pass from long distances.
In football they have to run for 90 minutesand face fierce tackles, so muscles and stamina are needed.
The kind of muscular control needed for gymnastics is called?
extends the knee
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The functions of the skeletal system and the muscular system support each other. They relate to one another because the skeletal system provides structure and support while the muscular system provides the power needed for movement.
muscular strength is the capacity or the limit of your muscle. muscular power is how much can your muscle exert.
No, a muscular system is needed to move the skeleton and a nervous system is needed to control the muscular system and a cardiovascular system is needed to keep the nervous system running, etc.