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Unformatted text preview: • How can this • cause a bad back? Kinesiology Kinesiology 01:377:303 Fall 2011
Professor Emil Manfredonia
email@example.com REVIEW OF THE SYLLABUS
REVIEW OF THE SYLLABUS CHAPTER 1
• KINESIOLOGY: THE STUDY OF HUMAN MOVEMENT FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES
• PROFESSIONS INVOLVED: PT, OT, ORTHOPEDIC, ATC Outline for a Kinesiological Outline for a Kinesiological Analysis
TABLE 1.1 • Description of the motor skill performance – Primary purpose of the skill: the why?
– Movement phases: break the skill into phase with each phase having a beginning and end
– Classification of the skill: pages 68 •
• Maintaining erect or correct posture
Movement for exercise and fitness
Giving motion to external objects or one’s body
Receiving impact – Simultaneoussequential nature of the motion: figure 1.4 • Simultaneous: All body segments move as one such as lifting, • pushing and pulling; movements directed toward a straight line
Sequential: require max speed at impact or release; use of body segments in an orderly sequence to max forces; throwing Outline for a Kinesiological Outline for a Kinesiological Analysis
TABLE 1.1 • ANATOMICAL ANALYSIS – JOINT AND SEGMENT ACTIONS
– MUSCLE PARTICIPATION AND CONTRACTION
– NM CONSIDERATIONS
– ANATOMICAL PRINCIPLES FOR SAFE AND EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE Outline for a Kinesiological Outline for a Kinesiological Analysis
TABLE 1.1 • MECHANICAL ANALYSIS – UNDERLYING OBJECTIVE: BALANCE, LOCOMOTION, PROJECTION, ETC
– FORCES CAUSING OR IMPEDING MOTION: EXTERNAL FORCES SUCH AS ENVIRONMENT, INTERNAL FORCES SUCH AS WEIGHT OF PERFORMER, STRENGTH, FLEXIBILITY
– MECHANICAL PRINCIPLES THAT APPLY: SPEED, POWER, FORCES
– VIOLATION OF PRINCIPLES Outline for a Kinesiological Outline for a Kinesiological Analysis
TABLE 1.1 • Prescriptions for improvements of performance indicate how the performance should be changed so that the principles are no longer violated ...
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