Oct 21, 2018  
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KINE 305 - Movement Anatomy

Units: 4
The role of the muscular, skeletal, and nervous system in the generation of human movement. Focus on muscle origins and insertions, myokinematics, osteokinematics, arthrokinematics, electromyography, and nervous system innervations. Special emphasis will be placed on movement screening, with the goal of identifying incorrect posture and movement patterns, as well as the possible reason for each. Students will be asked to demonstrate their knowledge of these ideas in a final project that describes the muscles involved in a particular movement and a training program to improve performance of that movement. Three hours lecture. Three hours lab.

Prerequisite(s): BIOL 104 , BIOL 177 , BIOL 178 , KINE 202 .
Corequisite(s): KINE 303 .



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