Study Guide-Test 2

Study Guide-Test 2 - they help to treat an injury 3 If...

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Study Guide for Exam #2 Introduction to Exercise Science Chapter 6: 1. Understand behavioral temperature regulation. 2. Understand heat transfer and all aspects of the following: conduction, convection, radiation, and evaporation. 3. Define acclimatization. Chapter 7: 1. Know how injuries occur and some common causes. 2. Know the common athletic injuries discussed in class and in the book. 3. Know how to prevent injury. 4. What is PNF? 5. What is proprioceptive training? 6. Understand importance of a proper warm-up. 7. How does muscle imbalances, alignment problems, etc cause problems? 8. How can braces and other protective equipment help to prevent injury? Chapter 8: 1. Know the following therapeutic forms of exercise: isometric, dynamic, isokinetic. 2. What are some of the treatment modalities discussed in class and how can
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Unformatted text preview: they help to treat an injury? 3. If someone needed surgery, what are some of the common forms of surgery? 4. Understand heat related illnesses and cold related injuries. Chapter 9: 1. Understand kinematics and kinetics. 2. What is speed, velocity and acceleration and formulas, but will not have to calculate? 3. Know Newton’s three Laws of motion. 4. What is the relation of force and motion? How to determine momentum? 5. Understand gravity and center of gravity. 6. What is ground reaction force and how does that affect an athlete? Chapter 10: 1. You only need to be able to list various topics analyzed in biomechanics and give one sentence definition of how biomechanists analyze this area....
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