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Applied Biomechanics Laboratory Manual Ebook With HKPropel Online Video

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ISBN: 9781718214071

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Applied Biomechanics Laboratory Manual With HKPropel Online Video provides guided opportunities for students to connect their conceptual understanding of biomechanics to practical applications. As readers progress through 13 easy-to-follow experiential-based learning labs, they will gain insight into how these mechanical principles relate to areas such as sport performance, athletic injury, ergonomics, and rehabilitation. This manual engages students with full-color images as well as visual aids. It is an ideal primary or supplemental text for any biomechanics and kinesiology curriculum.

Applied Biomechanics Laboratory Manual comprises 13 laboratory chapters that offer over 30 lab activities. Each laboratory chapter provides at least one complete lesson, including objectives, key terms, and introductory content that set the stage for learning. Each lab activity is broken down into step-by-step procedures, providing guidance for those new to lab settings so that they may complete the process with confidence. Related online learning tools delivered through HKPropel include digital versions of the forms found in the book as well as online video clips that simulate the experience of performing many of the lab activities.

The text is organized in a logical progression that builds on the knowledge students acquire as they advance. Written by instructors with a variety of teaching experiences in the field of biomechanics, the multiple lab activities are designed so they can be completed in any educational setting. Each lab activity begins with a recommended equipment list to facilitate lesson preparation. A list of recommended data analysis software tools is provided in some equipment lists. For educational settings where no data analysis software is available, data is provided so students can complete the laboratory reports for the lab activity.

Applied Biomechanics Laboratory Manual gives students an opportunity to observe the principles of biomechanics in action. The manual serves as a high-quality resource for students to learn how to perform basic laboratory testing procedures used in assessing human performance and body mechanics.

Note: A code for accessing HKPropel is included with this ebook.

Audience

Undergraduate students taking biomechanics courses.
Laboratory 1. Movement Terminology
Laboratory 2. Goniometry and Anthropometry
Laboratory 3. Linear Kinematics in One Direction
Laboratory 4. Linear Kinematics in Two Directions
Laboratory 5. Projectile Motion: Jumping and Kicking
Laboratory 6. Projectile Motion
Laboratory 7. Angular Kinematics
Laboratory 8. Linear Kinetics: Ground Reaction Forces
Laboratory 9. Linear Kinetics: Force Variables Influencing Vertical Jump Performance
Laboratory 10. Angular Kinetics and Levers
Laboratory 11. Work, Power, and Energy
Laboratory 12. Postural Control and Balance
Laboratory 13. Gait and Locomotion
John C. Garner, PhD, CSCS*D, currently serves as the dean of the College of Health and Human Services and a professor of exercise science within the department of kinesiology and health promotion at Troy University. Dr. Garner has written over 250 peer-reviewed research publications, conference proceedings, and presentations, with nearly $2 million in research funding. His research focuses on the biomechanics of human movement in work and sport settings. He holds a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Distinction (CSCS*D) designation from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He earned his PhD in biomechanics from Auburn University in 2008.

Charles R. Allen, PhD, CSCS*D, TSAC-F, USAW-L1, is an assistant professor in the exercise science program at Florida Southern College. Previously, Dr. Allen served as a fitness professional in the collegiate recreational setting. His research interests center around improving human performance in sport, exercise, and activities of daily living. Allen has written 45 peer-reviewed research publications, conference proceedings, and presentations. He holds the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator (TSAC-F) designations from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Dr. Allen earned his PhD in kinesiology from the University of Mississippi in 2015.

Harish Chander, PhD, is an associate professor of biomechanics and the codirector of the Neuromechanics Laboratory in the department of kinesiology at Mississippi State University, where he teaches and conducts research in biomechanics and neuromechanics. He also serves as the chair for the academic culture committee in the department of kinesiology and as a member of the faculty council in the College of Education. Dr. Chander has written over 237 peer-reviewed research publications, conference proceedings, and presentations. His research centers on the application of principles of biomechanics and neuromechanics to human performance, injury prevention, and safety promotion. He earned his PhD in biomechanics and neuromechanics from the University of Mississippi in 2014.

Adam C. Knight, PhD, ATC, CSCS, is a professor of biomechanics and the codirector of the Neuromechanics Laboratory in the department of kinesiology at Mississippi State University, where he also serves as the graduate program coordinator for the department. He has written over 150 peer-reviewed research publications, conference proceedings, and presentations. His research interests include sport biomechanics and the biomechanical implication of chronic ankle instability (CAI). Dr. Knight is a BOC-certified athletic trainer and a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the American Society of Biomechanics. He holds the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) designation from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Knight earned his PhD in biomechanics from Auburn University in 2009.

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John C. Garner,Charles Allen,Harish Chander,Adam C. Knight

Applied Biomechanics Laboratory Manual Ebook With HKPropel Online Video

$81.00 USD
Applied Biomechanics Laboratory Manual With HKPropel Online Video provides guided opportunities for students to connect their conceptual understanding of biomechanics to practical applications. As readers progress through 13 easy-to-follow experiential-based learning labs, they will gain insight into how these mechanical principles relate to areas such as sport performance, athletic injury, ergonomics, and rehabilitation. This manual engages students with full-color images as well as visual aids. It is an ideal primary or supplemental text for any biomechanics and kinesiology curriculum.

Applied Biomechanics Laboratory Manual comprises 13 laboratory chapters that offer over 30 lab activities. Each laboratory chapter provides at least one complete lesson, including objectives, key terms, and introductory content that set the stage for learning. Each lab activity is broken down into step-by-step procedures, providing guidance for those new to lab settings so that they may complete the process with confidence. Related online learning tools delivered through HKPropel include digital versions of the forms found in the book as well as online video clips that simulate the experience of performing many of the lab activities.

The text is organized in a logical progression that builds on the knowledge students acquire as they advance. Written by instructors with a variety of teaching experiences in the field of biomechanics, the multiple lab activities are designed so they can be completed in any educational setting. Each lab activity begins with a recommended equipment list to facilitate lesson preparation. A list of recommended data analysis software tools is provided in some equipment lists. For educational settings where no data analysis software is available, data is provided so students can complete the laboratory reports for the lab activity.

Applied Biomechanics Laboratory Manual gives students an opportunity to observe the principles of biomechanics in action. The manual serves as a high-quality resource for students to learn how to perform basic laboratory testing procedures used in assessing human performance and body mechanics.

Note: A code for accessing HKPropel is included with this ebook.

Audience

Undergraduate students taking biomechanics courses.
Laboratory 1. Movement Terminology
Laboratory 2. Goniometry and Anthropometry
Laboratory 3. Linear Kinematics in One Direction
Laboratory 4. Linear Kinematics in Two Directions
Laboratory 5. Projectile Motion: Jumping and Kicking
Laboratory 6. Projectile Motion
Laboratory 7. Angular Kinematics
Laboratory 8. Linear Kinetics: Ground Reaction Forces
Laboratory 9. Linear Kinetics: Force Variables Influencing Vertical Jump Performance
Laboratory 10. Angular Kinetics and Levers
Laboratory 11. Work, Power, and Energy
Laboratory 12. Postural Control and Balance
Laboratory 13. Gait and Locomotion
John C. Garner, PhD, CSCS*D, currently serves as the dean of the College of Health and Human Services and a professor of exercise science within the department of kinesiology and health promotion at Troy University. Dr. Garner has written over 250 peer-reviewed research publications, conference proceedings, and presentations, with nearly $2 million in research funding. His research focuses on the biomechanics of human movement in work and sport settings. He holds a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Distinction (CSCS*D) designation from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He earned his PhD in biomechanics from Auburn University in 2008.

Charles R. Allen, PhD, CSCS*D, TSAC-F, USAW-L1, is an assistant professor in the exercise science program at Florida Southern College. Previously, Dr. Allen served as a fitness professional in the collegiate recreational setting. His research interests center around improving human performance in sport, exercise, and activities of daily living. Allen has written 45 peer-reviewed research publications, conference proceedings, and presentations. He holds the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator (TSAC-F) designations from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Dr. Allen earned his PhD in kinesiology from the University of Mississippi in 2015.

Harish Chander, PhD, is an associate professor of biomechanics and the codirector of the Neuromechanics Laboratory in the department of kinesiology at Mississippi State University, where he teaches and conducts research in biomechanics and neuromechanics. He also serves as the chair for the academic culture committee in the department of kinesiology and as a member of the faculty council in the College of Education. Dr. Chander has written over 237 peer-reviewed research publications, conference proceedings, and presentations. His research centers on the application of principles of biomechanics and neuromechanics to human performance, injury prevention, and safety promotion. He earned his PhD in biomechanics and neuromechanics from the University of Mississippi in 2014.

Adam C. Knight, PhD, ATC, CSCS, is a professor of biomechanics and the codirector of the Neuromechanics Laboratory in the department of kinesiology at Mississippi State University, where he also serves as the graduate program coordinator for the department. He has written over 150 peer-reviewed research publications, conference proceedings, and presentations. His research interests include sport biomechanics and the biomechanical implication of chronic ankle instability (CAI). Dr. Knight is a BOC-certified athletic trainer and a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the American Society of Biomechanics. He holds the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) designation from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Knight earned his PhD in biomechanics from Auburn University in 2009.

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