The study of the human movement from the point of view of the physical sciences, descriptions of human movements and breaking them down by different points
Why should we study kines?
improve performance by learning how to analyze movements of the body and discover principles, enables people to perform with optimum safety, effectiveness and efficiency
What is the system for classification of motor skills?
maintaining correct posture, movement of exercise and fitness, giving motion and receiving impact
Elaborate on giving motion:
to external objects by pushing or pulling(lifting, punching) or throwing striking kickingto your own body: supporterd by the ground(walking) free support(swinging trapeze) or by water
Elaborate on receiving impact:
from ones own body by landing from a jump or fall or from external objects by catching, trapping, spotting
What is simultaneous nature of motion?
all body segments move as one such as lifting, push-pull movements toward a straight line, when accuracy is important
What is sequential nature of motion?
requires max speed at impact or release, use of body segments in a orderly sequence to max froc, throwing, moved along a curved path, further away from curved path from center of motion the greater the speed of throwing kicking
What is anatomical analysis?
involves analysis of a process rather than a product, joint actions, muscles participation, neuromuscular consideration and anatomical principle for safe and effective performance
What are joint and segment actions:
knowing which joints are involved and their exact movement in a motor skill, identified and know if they are used to limit ROM
What is muscular participation?
identifying which muscles are responsible for the joint action and the nature of their contractions
What is neuromuscular considerations?
which neuromuscualr mechanisms are likely to hekp or hinder the action, and what is the nature of their involvment (reflexes and inhibition)
What is anatomical principles?
which principles contribute to maximum efficeny and accuracy in performing a motor skill
What is mechanical analysis?
the human body viewed as a machine, identification of laws and principles that help explain the most appropriate form for the execution of the activity, and mechanical reasons for success and failure of the movemnt
What is the underlying objective of motion?
1.Balance: regain stability and attain mobility2. locomotion: travel from point to point, a prescribed pattern3. Projection: max height range and accurancy optimum speed
What are forces causing or impeding motion?
environment, weight of performer, strength and flexibility
What are mechanical principles?
first step in establishing the cause of error in the performance of the shill, consideration of speed power and forces
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