Anatomical Analysis of Exercise (BIOS3065)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit of study will extend the student's knowledge of functional musculoskeletal anatomy by applying functional anatomy principles to the analysis of exercises. Relevant research and advanced knowledge of functional musculoskeletal anatomical concepts will be used to explore exercises designed to: strengthen and lengthen specific muscles; improve muscle coordination; develop dynamic stability; and prevent the development of muscle imbalances that may contribute to musculoskeletal injury. The application of musculoskeletal anatomy principles to increase exercise difficulty and variety will also be explored. This unit will include laboratory classes in which human cadavers are studied; attendance at such classes is strongly encouraged.
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2hr lecture, 2hr practical, tutorial/week
mid-semester written exam (35%), practical exam (15%); end-semester written exam (35%), practical exam (15%)
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
BIOS1168 and BIOS1169
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