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KNES 3650 Lecture 1: Midterm

Ch1. Introduction Advice: A way to leading to your passionate career ASK Passionate career o One that you love to andor happy to do it On surface: ASK will help you learn yourself better (what) o i.e., your interests, stre...

Kinesiology
KNES 3650
Shan Gongbing
KNES 1000 Lecture 10: Kin lecture 10 & 11

Lecture 1011 Outcomes Review muscles as levers Skeletal system concepts Muscles of the upper body Muscles move the Skeleton Motion is generated by forces acting on lever(long bones)s about axes (joints) These torques are m...

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard
KNES 1000 Lecture 19: Kin lecture 19 & 20

Lecture 1920 Lecture Objectives Muscular Endurance, Power, Flexibility Understand relationship between strength See various ways to measure the components Endurance muscular Ability to resist fatigue or sustain the level o...

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard
KNES 1000 Lecture 16: Kin lecture 16

Up to now we know.. o Amuscle contracts at the sarcomere via a bridge o The crossbridging is a binding of myosin to actin o Zlines move closer together upon contraction o So how does the myosin know to contract to actin lO...

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard
KNES 1000 Lecture 12: Kin lecture 12

Lecture 12 Muscles of the Lower Limb Muscles Moving the Femur lOMoARcPSD

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard
KNES 1000 Lecture 6: Kin lecutre 6 & 7

Lectures Outcomes Understand bones of theAppendicular Skeleton o Pectoral Girdle o Upper Limbs Consists of: 1. Pectoral Girdle 2. Upper Limbs 3. Pelvic Girdle 4. Lower Limbs Pectoral Girdle Clavicle = collar bones (2 of th...

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard
KNES 1000 Lecture 15: Kin lecture 15

Types of Human Muscle Tissue o Smooth Muscles (involuntary) In blood vessels, respiratory tract, GI tract Slow, uniform contractions Fatigue resistant (meets the bodys need at time) o Cardiac Muscle (involuntary) Self gene...

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard
KNES 1000 Lecture 18: Kin lecture 17 & 18

Physical Components Body Composition Strength Power Endurance (muscular) Flexibility Endurance Cardiorespiratory Lecture Objectives o Denitions of strength o Differences between absolute and relative strength o Identify wa...

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard
KNES 1000 Lecture 9: Kin lecture 8 & 9

TheAnatomy of Joints 1. Joint Classication a. By range of motion 2. Synovial Joints a. Characteristics of synovial joint b. Dont need to know Types 3. Naming Joints a. Specic to the bones that are articulating Anatomy of J...

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard
KNES 1000 Lecture 5: Kin lecutre 5

Outcomes Review terminology Bone structure Axial Skeleton Remember all directional terms are based on the assumption that the body is in the anatomical position Bone Chemical Composition The function of the skeletal system...

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard
KNES 1000 Lecture 14: Kin lecture 14

Objectives To identify the components of tness To understand physical features of the body that will impact physical health, tness and training To think critically about body composition measures 6 Components of Health Phy...

Kinesiology
KNES 1000
Barry Stannard

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