A detailed study of musculoskeletal-neuromuscular biomechanics and neuromuscular physiology of the human body as applied to human movement, and motor control and motor performance in physical activities and exercise programs. The laboratory serves in applying mechanical laws and principles to kinesiology and the application of kinesiology to exercise physiology, selected performance patterns, and therapeutic modalities.
- Prerequisite/corequisite: Biology 331, 332 or 212 or equivalent.
- Basic physics background recommended.
- Two hours lecture/1 laboratory per week
- Credits: 3
- Offered: On occasion