Functional Kinesiology Sport Conditioning
Author(s): KELLY JOHNSON, KATHRYN COURTNEY, JOESPH BOONE
Details: Ebook w/KHQ | 180 days |
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Functional Kinesiology in Sports Conditioning navigates students through the scientific study of human movement, osteology and key ligamentous structures, and musculature. Through labeled pictures of landmarks on the body and categorized body regions, students grasp a better understanding of the fundamentals of kinesiology and how it correlates with sports conditioning.
Chapter 1: Movement Introduction
Planes of Movement or Motion
Fundamental Kinesiology Key Terms
Fundamental Joint Movements
Chapter 2: Osteology and Key Ligamentous Structures—This section will include labeled pictures of key bony landmarks, specifically those that serve as attachment sites for the muscles to follow.
Chapter 3: Musculature—Musculature will be categorized by body region. Each muscle presented will include two pictures (one of the muscle and one of topographic anatomy). Each muscle’s origin, insertion, and action are included.
Elbow, Wrist, and Hand
Hip and Thigh
Lower Leg, Ankle, and Foot
Details Ebook w/KHQ 180 days