The Ankle. 1) IN WHICH PLANE DOES INVERSION AND EVERSION OF THE ANKLE JOINT TAKE PLACE?. Frontal or coronal plane. 2) NAME THE LIGAMENTS THAT WOULD BE INJURED IN AN INVERSION INJURY OF THE ANKLE.
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Concentric contraction is defined as a contraction in which there is shortening of the muscle the causes motion to occur.
Because the tibialis anterior is on the opposite side of the lower leg from the soleus and gastrocnemius it will be performing the opposite action, So if the gastrocnemius and the soleus are concentrically contracted the tibialis anterior will be eccentrically contracted.