Lecture_one_Introduction

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Thought for the Day
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Ask not what your country can  do for you…But, what you can  do for your country.  Ask not  what America can do for you… But, what you can do for  America John Fitzgerald Kennedy
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Discovering the field of  Physical Activity
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The Mission of Kinesiology Through excellence in teaching, research and service, the Department  of Kinesiology advances the understanding of Physical Activity, Sport  and health to optimize the quality of life for diverse populations. The Vision of the Department The Department of Kinesiology strives to achieve international  recognition for scholarly contributions to Physical Activity, Sport and  Health
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Bodily movement that is produced by the  contraction of skeletal muscle and that  substantially increases energy expenditure. (Surgeon General’s report, 1996, p. 21)
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