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    Techniques, Progression and Tactics in Football Dribbling Skills ================ Dribbling flicks and tricks in football are fun to do, and great for getting past defenders, creating space and showing off. The aim is to move the ball from one foot to the other as quickly and as accurately as possible. There are many types of dribbles here are a few examples: The football body swerve - is a close control, dribbling skill used for running at and beating defenders, and creating space to

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    A Comparison of High Heels and Flats Women are always searching for the right shoe. There are so many different styles, types, colors, and even heights. To me the two most common types are high heels and flats. Well, at least in today’s fashion those are the two most common. Both, if paired with the correct outfit are simply stunning. High heels offer a sexier look that’s nearly impossible to get from a flat shoe. Nevertheless, I feel very strongly about women in high heels. They make your legs

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    Physiologists usually agree that the teenage years are among the most difficult periods in one’s life. Most teens are trying to figure out who they are, what they believe, and how they fit into the world around them. Beginning in the late 1970s, a whole genre of fiction, referred to as coming-of-age literature, emerged and serves, at least for many teens, as believable presentations of young people learning to navigate the difficulties of their lives, often fraught with feelings of rejection, seemingly

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    Just a Normal Saturday

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    The cold, hard ball was tight against my foot. Grass was dragging against my shoe with every step I take. The wind was brisk against my face and the sun beamed down on my neck. Sweat was dripping down my face as I weaved in and out of cones for the hundredth time. The drying heat only seemed to motivate me more as I continued to break down every barrier possible. My throat was sere and my stomach urged me to quench my thirst, but I refused to succumb to the screaming pain. I weaved through again

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    Get over the heels

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    With normal posture and walking, the foot was not designed to walk in a high-heeled shoe. The construction of the foot is designed to walk in a heel-to-toe rolling motion. This allows the arch of the foot to stretch between the actions of that particular movement. When the natural movement is completed, it causes the ankle to first absorb any shock reaction that would otherwise go directly to the calf; this could be omitted in the case of wearing a high-heeled shoe. While the Stiletto, the Pump

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    can’t rest it at home because as soon as you finish your homework you have to stretch your muscles and practice even more. So this means you have to learn to land, tumble, and jump with this horrible pain in your foot. What happens when you keep landing and tumbling with the pain in your foot? Sever’s disease, every gymnasts worst nightmare,

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    you run, for example, is known as vertical oscillation and the more there is the harder your feet hit the ground. Sources, such as Science Daily, indicate that runners will experience two to three times their bodyweight in terms of impact each time a foot comes down. Working to reduce the amount of vertical oscillation is therefore sensible. It allows more energy to be focused on forward movement and lighter strides can reduce the stresses on joints. Any improvements in running take time, but one way

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    Planter Fasciitis

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    joints between the metatarsal bones of the foot and the proximal bones (proximal phalanges) of the toes, and merging into the capsular ligaments (Prentice 586). The function of the planter fascia is to assist in maintaining the stability of the foot and in securing or bracing the longitudinal arch (Prentice 586). During walking, running, and/or jumping the plantar fascia functions mainly during the heel rise to toe off. This helps to stabilize the arch of the foot by flexing the first metatarsal; it also

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    lisfranc injury

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    A lisfranc injury is relatively uncommon and is caused by one or more tarsometatrsal joint is dislocated or fractured. Normally for this injury to occur one has encountered a crush injury to the foot. When it comes to the treatment of the injury, there is one process that is used almost all the time. It is a surgery called open reduction and internal fixation. This includes moving the bones back to how they are supposed to be and implanting a brace to help the bones grow back to the way they were

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    Polar Bears

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    steady, clumsy walk. The front paws swing towards the sides with each step, landing slightly pigeon-toed. The head swings from side to side. The walk has a four-beat pattern, first the right front foot touches the ground, then the left back foot, then the left front foot, and lastly, the right back foot. Humans may encounter polar bears wherever human and polar bear habitats come together. Polar bear attacks occur most often at sites of human camp where they fish and hunt or in towns close by

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