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Class Notes for Kinesiology at Dalhousie University

KINE 1104 Lecture 2: Kin lecture 2
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Objectives Understand types of motions Dene COM Identify the forces acting on the human body Describe the resulting motion of force Understand Newtons 3 laws How Motion is caused by: Levers (long bones) being accelerated a...

Kinesiology
KINE 1104
Peter Arthur
KINE 1104 Lecture 1: Kin lecture 1
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Kinesiology Lecture 1 Kinein (Greek).. To move Logos (Greek).. To discourse Kinesiology = study of human motion The study of Human MotionAs it pertains to PhysicalActivity Where Human Motion is a change of position of the...

Kinesiology
KINE 1104
Peter Arthur
KINE 1104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sagittal Plane, Standard Anatomical Position, Anatomical Terms Of Motion
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Learning Outcomes ...

Kinesiology
KINE 1104
Peter Arthur
KINE 1108 Lecture Notes - Somatotype And Constitutional Psychology

KINE 1108 Review questions1According to Sheldons constitutional theory of somatotypes a person who is regarded as dominant and adventurous and has a muscular body would be which of the following body typesASomatomorphBEcto...

Kinesiology
KINE 1108
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