ENS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Applied Kinesiology, Myology, Motor Learning

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Exercise Science Core
Disciplines
oExercise: Training, health related, therapy
oSkilled Movement: Sport, Developmental Skill
Sport & Exercise Injuries
oInjury Prevention
oInjury Treatment
First Aid protocols and equipment/tools
Applied Kinesiology
oSpecial emphasis on anatomical analysis of motion as it pertains to
sports/exercise
Ostology (Bones)
Athrology (Joints)
Syndesmology (Ligaments)
Myology (Muscles)
Biomechanics
oLaws and principles of mechanical physics and engineering applied to human
movement optimization
oFundamental Concepts
Force, torque, inertia, velocity, trajectory
oLinear and angular kinetic of fundamental movements
Motion, mass, joint rotation
oMethods of analysis of movement
Joint angles, force displacements, body positioning, muscle activity, etc.
oApplications and clinical decision making
Medical, sports performance, health & rehab
Motor Behavior
oStudy of how motor skills are learned, controlled, and developed
Motor learning
Motor control
Motor development
oMotor Learning
Stages of learning
oFeedback
Intrinsic and extrinsic
oPerformance Assessment
oFactors that positively or negatively facilitate skill acquisition
Measurement & Evaluation in Kinesiology
oValidity/Reliability
SKIN FOLD DATA NOT RELIABLE
Pathophysiology & Exercise Programming for Disease Populations
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oMechanisms of disease
oHDL only increase through exercise
oLegal implications of exercise
Clinical Exercise Testing
oHeart rate and blood pressure
oBreathing
oEKG
oPerceived Exertion (Scale from 1-10)
Adaptive Exercise
oClient Support
oGoal setting (SMART)
Wellness promotion
oDiseases and disabilities
PRE-PT
oAdditional physical sciences
oAdditional upper division psychology
oPhysics (1 year)
oPsychology
oDPT Curriculum
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