This class was tough.
You don't have a choice of taking this class if you are a KIN major, and Erin is the only teacher for this class. She is good at lecturing on this topic and explains the math fairly well.
Again, KIN majors have to take this class. If you enjoy the 1st level of physics, or trigonometry you will love biomechanics. Applying these two subjects to human movement is fascinating.
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Advice for students:
Go to lecture or you will not get a good grade in this class. Sit near the front if you are easily distracted since it is in a fairly large lecture room. Study the math intensely as exam are heavily math oriented, and review all lecture material on a regular basis. Making note cards really helped me pull an A in the course.