KIN 326K KIN 326K. Biomechanical Analysis of Movement. 3 Hours.
Study of the principles of equilibrium, force, and motion as applied to humans. Includes applications to human movement and to biological tissues and structures, with emphasis on practical applications (e.g., human performance, causes/prevention of injury etc.). Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: For athletic training and kinesiology and health education majors: Kinesiology 424K; Mathematics 408C or 408K or 408N; and Physics 302K or 317K. For others: Biology 416K or Biology 446L; Kinesiology 424K; Mathematics 408C or 408K or 408N; and Physics 302K or 317K.