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DEPARTMENT OF KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH EDUCATION COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
 

Summary: DEPARTMENT OF KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH EDUCATION
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
AUSTIN, TEXAS 78712
KIN 320 APPLIED BIOMECHANICS OF HUMAN MOVEMENT Spring 2009
INSTRUCTOR: TEACHING ASSISTANTS:
Dr. Larry Abraham Nicki Bohnsack Kristin Madl
OFFICE: Bellmont 546H Bellmont 334 Bellmont 334
HOURS: TTH 9:30-11:00 or by appt M 9-11:00, T 10-noon M 10-noon, T 1-2:00
PHONE: 232-2684 232-1698 232-1698
EMAIL: l.abraham@mail.utexas.edu nicole_bohnsack@mail.utexas.edu kristin.madl@gmail.com
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of applied scientific analysis of movement.
We shall examine the physiological, structural, and mechanical bases for human movement, with examples
drawn from sport and rehabilitation. Laboratory sessions will deal with both theoretical and applied aspects of
selected mechanical concepts. Lectures will concentrate on a scientific approach to mechanisms underlying
human movement and to strategies and practices of clinical and sport applications. The textbook for this course
is: McGinnis, P.M., Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise (2nd edition, 2005)
Class assignments and supporting materials will be provided using Blackboard. To access this software, go to
http://courses.utexas.edu and enter using your UT EID. All course information and materials will be provided
through this site. Announcements will be posted on the site and the site email list will be used, so please be

  

Source: Abraham, Lawrence D. - Institute for Neuroscience & Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, University of Texas at Austin

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine