lateral jump

lateral jump

[′lad·ə·rəl ′jəmp]
(ordnance)
The horizontal angle between the plane of fire and the plane of departure.
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Data were collected through the Korper koordinations testFur Kinder (KTK)test, composed of four tasks related to motor coordination and body control: balance beam; jump with one foot; lateral jump and transference on platforms.
specifically the RF and ST muscle activities before foot contact and VL and RF muscle activities after foot contact, and (b) knee flexion excursion during landing indicate a decreasing trend from forward to lateral jump landing.
It might indicate that lateral jump landing with less ST muscle activity has higher risk of knee injury than other directions in this study.
There was an opportunity of greater anterior tibial translation in lateral jump landing.
In contrast with a previous report, a significant increase of knee flexion angle at initial contact was noted from forward, 30[degrees] diagonal, 60[degrees] diagonal, and lateral jump landing (2).
A park bench becomes a triceps dip station; an open field, a relay race terrain and a narrow stream, a lateral jump obstacle--the possibilities are endless.
"In the gym you might be doing some lateral jumps and lunges so your foot needs different support.
The two men circle each other warily with handstands, spins and lateral jumps. When Curls feels he is close enough to take down Dreadlocks, he swiftly slides his foot under him -- but too late.
Lateral jumps -- two sets of 10 jumping on, over, on, back a stack of mats 16 inches high
In the gym you might be doing some lateral jumps or lunges so your foot needs different support.
The course was adjusted according to the limb tested to ensure that each participant performed 2 lateral jumps and 1 medial jump.
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