David Alcon discusses kicking basics in Kicking at a Glance. Kicking at a Glance. A kick is a strike performed with one of a person's legs. Typically the point of contact is inferior to the kicker's knee. Many muscles can be employed when kicking, such as the quadriceps, hip adductors, and abdominal muscles. These muscles are much larger groups than the muscles of the arms, and as such they require more energy to move. This means when kicking these muscles utilize more of the body's oxygen supply to produce the needed energy. But with practice these muscles can become much.....
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