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Class Notes for Human Kinetics and Recreation at Memorial University

HKR 2311 Lecture 6: HKR2311 - Unit 6

HKR2311 Unit 6 Cardiovascular System o The cardiovascular system is formed by circulatory pathways that can be subdivided into the pulmonary pathway, which carries blood to and from the lungs, and the systematic pathway, w...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 2311
Jon Reid& Dan Hodgson
HKR 2311 Lecture 2: HKR2311 - Unit 2

HKR2311 Unit 2:SkeletalSystem Five Functions of Bone o Support o Storage of minerals o Manufacture of blood cells o Protection o Leverage Bone Shapes o Bones can be divided into six different categories according to their ...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 2311
Jon Reid& Dan Hodgson
HKR 2311 Lecture 1: HKR2311 - Unit 1

HKR2311 Unit 1:Terminology Structural Levels of the Body o Atoms Electrons, protons, neutrons, quarks, muons, and preons o Molecule Oxygen and nitrogen o Compound Water and carbon dioxide o Cells Muscle fibers and skin cel...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 2311
Jon Reid& Dan Hodgson
HKR 2311 Lecture 7: HKR2311 - Unit 7

HKR2311 Unit 7 Respiratory System o There are five primary functions of the respiratory system: Gas exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide Movement of air to and from the lungs Sound production Protection and maintenance of...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 2311
Jon Reid& Dan Hodgson
HKR 2311 Lecture 3: HKR2311 - Unit 3

HKR2311 Unit 3 Types of Joints o A synarthrosis joint is an immovable joint Four major types: Suture: located in the bones of the skull Gomphoisis: connection between a tooth and its socket Synchodrosis: epiphyseal cartila...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 2311
Jon Reid& Dan Hodgson
HKR 2311 Lecture 5: HKR2311 - Unit 5

HKR2311 Unit 5 Brain Components o Brainstem Is formed by the midbrain, pons, and medulla oblongata. The primary function is to relay sensory information and control of autonomic functions Mesencephalon (Midbrain) o Process...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 2311
Jon Reid& Dan Hodgson
HKR 2311 Lecture 4: HKR2311 - Unit 4

HKR2311 Unit 4 Muscle Types o There are three types of muscle tissue: Striated or skeletal Smooth Cardiac Microanatomy of Skeletal Muscle Tissue o Some importantcharacteristicsofskeletalmuscle fibers thatdistinguish them f...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 2311
Jon Reid& Dan Hodgson
HKR 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hyaline Cartilage, Bone Marrow, Synovial Joint

find more resources at oneclass.com Monday, September 12, 2016 Chapter One, The Body Skeletal System Cartilage Cartilage is an avascular form of connecti...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 1000
Jeannette Byrn
HKR 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sagittal Plane, Median Plane, Histology

find more resources at oneclass.com Sept 9th 2016 Chapter One, The Body and it’s Positions Gross Anatomy- without the aid of a microscope ...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 1000
Jeannette Byrn
HKR 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Active Minds, Quality Of Life, Asthma

HKR 1000 Introduction to Wellness, Fitness and Lifestyle Management What is wellness? • optimal health and vitality, living life the the fullest • encompasses: physical, emotional, intellectual, s...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 1000
Linda Rohr
HKR 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Plyometrics, Stretch Reflex, Bench Press
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HKR 1001: Chapter 7 Power and Speed Training Mechanical Model of Plyometric Exercise  Elastic energy in tendons and muscles is increased with a rapid stretch and the stored brief...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 1001
Dr.Kevin Power
HKR 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Delorme, Subset, One-Repetition Maximum
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HKR 1001: Chapter 6 Resistance Training Programs Variables in Sets In a fixed system variables in sets such as load, rest, and repetitions are not changed during a given training ...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 1001
Dr.Kevin Power
HKR 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Stretching, Adipose Tissue, Hip
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HKR 1001: Chapter 5 Flexibility Flexibility: the ability of a joint to move freely through its full range of motion Stretching: moving the joints beyond the accustomed ran...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 1001
Dr.Kevin Power
HKR 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rock-Climbing Equipment, Capillary, Elastic Energy
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find more resources at oneclass.com Unit 5: Resistance Training Strength Types of Strength  Absolute: irrespective of body mass- concentration ...

Human Kinetics and Recreation
HKR 1001
Dr.Kevin Power
Organizational Behavior - Reference Guides

The systematic study of individual and group behavior within organizational structures is outlined in this coordinated Guide. Theories of leadership and individual behavior are related to the foundations of group behavior ...

Psychology
PSYC 302
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