The jump shot - a biomechanical analysis focused on lateral ankle ligaments.

@article{Lindner2012TheJS,
  title={The jump shot - a biomechanical analysis focused on lateral ankle ligaments.},
  author={Manfred Lindner and Alexander Kotschwar and Rebeka Zsoldos and Martin Groesel and Christian Peham},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2012},
  volume={45 1},
  pages={202-6}
}
Handball is one of the top four athletic games with highest injury risks. The jump shot is the most accomplished goal shot technique and the lower extremities are mostly injured. As a basis for ankle sprain simulation, the aim of this study was to extend the ankle region of an existing musculoskeletal full-body model through incorporation of three prominent lateral ankle ligaments: ligamentum fibulotalare anterius (LFTA), ligamentum fibulotalare posterius (LFTP), ligamentum fibulocalcaneare… CONTINUE READING

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