408L(1)_IntroBiomech

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    Introduction to Biomechanics EXSC 408L - Fall ‘10 Dr. Kathleen E. Sand  (BU 2007; USC 2004) [email protected] Email subject line: EXSC 408L  …  Office Hours (PED B7)  TUES 230 - 430PM WED 1145AM - 145PM  Course Reader:  Lab website http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/kinesiology/exsc408l/lab/lab.html
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    Proposed Semester Schedule  Fall 2010 Date Monday Wednesday Lab Exercises Reading 8/23, 25 / Motion Analysis cause-effect (total body  level) Computer Skills 8/30, 9/1 linear motion / linear  kinematics PROJECT: Pre-Proposals Intro to Motion Analysis /  Linear Kinematics / Total Body  Center of Mass p. 39-48 9/6, 8 LABOR DAY PROJECT: Brainstorming Angular Kinematics p. 39-48 9/13, 15 linear impulse PROJECT: pre-proposals p. 49-61 9/20, 22 angular impulse projectile motion Momentum p. 49-61 9/27, 29 EXAM #1 (proj. proposals  due) biomechanics methods: real- world apps Total Body Kinetics: F=ma P. 53-61 10/4, 6 PROJECT: data colleciton  prep motion analysis (whole body  / actual data) PROJECT: Data collection 10/11, 13 motion analysis (joint level) cause-effect (segment level) data return 10/18, 20 Newton's Laws of Motion Newton's Laws of Motion Joint Kinetics p. 61-72 10/25, 27 Joint Kinetics exercise applications Project Analysis #1 11/1, 3 Joint Kinetics clinical applications Project Analysis #2 11/8, 10 REVIEW EXAM #2 Project Analysis #3 11/15, 17 scientific presentation skills scientific presentation skills Project Analysis #4 11/22, 24 Sport Science Apps.  PROJECT: Analysis Project Analysis (indep) 11/29, 12/1 Injury Biomechanics Apps REVIEW Project Presentations FINAL EXAM: Friday, Dec. 10th, 2-4PM Lectures
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    Biomechanics Uses Newton’s Laws to analyze the cause-effect  relationships of human movement Clinical   – gait, rehab, prosthetics
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