2016.06.12 CSCS Daily Study Question:
A football receiver is running a route that involves running at full speed for 15 yards and then stopping as quickly as possible. As the receiver’s rate of deceleration increases, the amount to which is body must lean to retain dynamic stability (during deceleration)…
(C) …remains the same
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In order for the receiver to stop quickly, he must lean his body in the opposite direction of his current vector. Body position during deceleration is going to be the opposite of body position during rapid acceleration. Think of how a sprinter leans forward on the starting blocks when jumping off the starting line. Rapid deceleration is going to work the opposite way.
Or your receiver can get crushed by a defender, thus stopping his forward momentum very rapidly…
Essentials of Strength Training & Conditioning 3rd edition p. 472
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2016.06.12 CSCS Daily Study Question