|Phases||Body Position||Joints Movements|
➢ Flexing of joints (Step 1)
➢ Angles of Joints decreases (Step 2)
➢ Range o f Motion (Step 3)
The throwing hand is in the shape of alphabet “L” when in ready position.|
Counter-action of upper and lower extremities can be seen to balance the body.
Elbow Joint of the throwing hands makes an angle of 90 degree when ready position.|
The elbows and knees joints start flexing which act as a lever to generate force for the action.
➢ Leverage Extension (Step 4)
➢ Back Spin (Step 5)
|The throwing hand take I- shape when extended. The fingertips are used to release the ball to make it spin backward so that the ball remains near the rim.||The Elbow’s and Knees joints which act as a lever (1st class) start extending to give force to the ball.|
➢ Follow Through
|In the Good-bye phase, when you snap your wrist by waving like Good Bye.||The Elbows and knees joints axe fully extended so that the body weight is transfer to the feet. The wrist makes a follow through|