Biomechanical Analysis & Movement

Overview

Biomechanical Analysis & Movement

This course offers a comprehensive and integrated discussion on biomechanics and human movement science. Through the investigation of quantitative and qualitative biomechanics students will develop the skills needed to observe, analyze, and critically evaluate patterns of motion that commonly exist in sport, occupation, fitness, and clinical settings. Biomechanical principles include linear/ angular kinematics and kinetics, scalar and vector quantities, moment/ torque, moment arm/ levers, forces, work, impulse, and internal mechanical properties- as it relates to enhancing performance and decreasing injury. This course is designed to enhance students' placement experience, future career endeavors, and appreciation for biomechanics in sport and exercise.
Course Code:
HLTH-1287
Area of Interest:
Health, Food & Medical

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