1. Lecture 6 Notes a. Measuring Energy Transfer i. Measure heat transfer 1. (Calorimetry) b. Measure of Force, Work, Power i. Force = Mass *Accel 1. Newton (N) = kg *m/s^2 ii. Work = Force * Distance 1. Joule iii. Power = Work/time 1. Watt c. More ab
MVS 110 Homework Assignment
(Due Wednesday Dec 10th)
Homework #2 Questions From CTools Readings
Read the three PDFs in the Resources/Motor Control/Readings folder on the course
CTools site. Submit a well-written, typed, single-space
Worth 10 points.
Please read the Membrane Potential document in the readings folder.
Answer the following questions in your own words.
There is no length requirement; however you must answer the question as
completely as possible.
MVS 110 Fall 2014 Master Syllabus
The University of Michigan
School of Kinesiology
Department of Movement Science
Biological and Behavioral Bases of Human Movement
MOVESCI 110 Course Syllabus
Lecture: MWF 10:00 to 11:00am
Procedure & Format for Written Summary of Research Articles
Choose a topic related to those covered in our Exercise Physiology module that is of particular
interest to you. Find a peer-reviewed original research article focused on some
Ground Reaction Forces
Ongoing GRF Measuring Developments
Real Time Force Quantification
Important for Biofeedback Training etc.
Running Vertical Ground Reaction Force
n - shaped
related to heel
Active peak at
Know the muscles that contribute to flexion and
extension for 6 joints
Muscle structure: what are the types, where are they
located and what is their major function.
What is the difference between and agonist
THE HUMAN AS MACHINE
When the Machine Fails
What is Biomechanics?
Mechanics = analysis of the motion of an
object and the forces acting upon the object
Measuring the dimensions
of human motion
What to remember about
What are the basic concepts of 1D, 2D and
Is linear motion always in straight line?
What is the difference between linear and
Motor Control Homework 2
December 10, 2014
The optic nerve and the optic tract are both vital in the processing of sensory
information. It was clear from the reading that Dr. Ps optic nerve and optic tract were
functioning normally d
Liderbach, Marijeanne, Kremenic, J. Ian, Orishimo, F. Karl, Pappas, Evangelos and
Hagin, Marshall. (2014). Comparison of Landing Biomechanics Between Male and
Femal Dancers and Athlets, Part 2: Influence of Fatigue and Implications for
Motor Control Review
Kinematics- analyses that focus on the characteristics of motion from spatial and
temporal perspectives without reference to the forces causing the motion ( kineticsmotion with forces)
MVS 110 Biomechanics Homework #1
Video still (or static image) which you have taken or that someone has taken of you
needs to include lower limb movement, trunk movement, upper limb movement,
and neck movement. Y
Science and Exercise Physiology
"How You Know you Know?"
Lecture #1: Science and Exercise Physiology
V. Katch - University of Michigan
What is Knowledge?
Many meanings to many people Most accepted definition= Confirmed
Lecture #1: Scien
Origins of Exercise Physiology: Where Do We Come From?
1. Began in early greece & biblical empires of David and Solomon - 1/6 babies survived birth what is needed to survive
2. History of training for the "games", soldiers, wa
Exercise Physiology and Kinesiology
Field of study Discipline
Lecture #3 Professional Exercise Physiology
What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology is the researched and systematic study of human movement. It is that field of academic inquiry concerned wi
Measurement of Human
• Understand the following:
– Heat of combustion (Calories)
– Atwater factors
– How to measure kCal
– Quantify energy release in metabolism
– Quantify food mixture metabolized
Lecture #4 Measurement of Energy
Lecture #5 Notes
Identify the high-energy phosphates and discuss their roles in various forms
of biological work
Describe anaerobic energy release
Describe lactate information
Describe the Krebs cycle and electron transport
Compare energy yield
Basics of Human Energy Transfer
Understand the following:
Identify high-energy phosphates Describe anaerobic energy release Describe lactate formation Describe the Krebs cycle and electron transport Compare energy yield from different sources
Evaluating Energy Generating Capacities
Capacities of the different energy systems
Laboratory v Performance tests
Lecture #6 Evaluating Energy-Gnerating Capacities
Measures of Work (Energy)
1 foot-pound (ft-lb) = 0.13825 kilo
Movement Science Motor Control Exam Review
1. Motor Control: The study of how the body moves or is stabilized in space. 2. Contributions from: a. Galvani- Test on frogs, noticed that electricity applied to frog stimulated twitching. b. Santiago y Ca
Samantha Levine Movement Science 110 Ms. Anaka 9/11/2010 Homework Assignment #1 1) The can stays balanced on i ts edge because of the liquid level in t he can. Since some of the liquid has been poured out, the balance has been shifted. If the can were ful
Samantha Levine Movement Science 110 Ms. Aneeka 9/29/2010 1) a- My Height: 63 inches= 1.6002 meters b- My Mass: 110 pounds= 49.9 kg c- My weight: F= ma F= (49.9)(10 m/s2) F=490 N 2) a and b) Length of foot= 22 cm .22 m x .152 m= .03344 m c) Mass of thigh=
Yang, Tsui-Yun, Chen, Mei-Ling and Li, Chia Chun. (2014). Effects of an Aerobic Exercise
Programme on Fatigue for Patients with Breast Cancer Undergoing Radiotherapy. Journal
of Clinical Nursing. 1-7. Retrieved from PubMed@UM.