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Fundamentals of Biomechanics,Duane Knudson,Fundamentals. of Biomechanics,Second Edition,Duane Knudson,Department of Kinesiology. California State University at Chico,First Normal Street. Chico CA 95929 0330,dknudson csuchio edu,Library of Congress Control Number 2007925371. ISBN 978 0 387 49311 4 e ISBN 978 0 387 49312 1,Printed on acid free paper.
2007 Springer Science Business Media LLC, All rights reserved This work may not be translated or copied in whole or in part without the written permission of the. publisher Springer Science Business Media LLC 233 Spring Street New York NY 10013 USA except for brief excerpts. in connection with reviews or scholarly analysis Use in connection with any form of information storage and retrieval. electronic adaptation computer software or by similar or dissimilar methodology now known or hereafter developed is. The use in this publication of trade names trademarks service marks and similar terms even if they are not identified as. such is not to be taken as an expression of opinion as to whether or not they are subject to proprietary rights. 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1,springer com,Preface ix NINE FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOMECHANICS 29. Principles and Laws 29, Acknowledgments xi Nine Principles for Application of. Biomechanics 30,QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS 35,SUMMARY 36. INTRODUCTION,REVIEW QUESTIONS 36,CHAPTER 1 KEY TERMS 37.
INTRODUCTION TO BIOMECHANICS SUGGESTED READING 37,OF HUMAN MOVEMENT WEB LINKS 37. WHAT IS BIOMECHANICS 3,WHY STUDY BIOMECHANICS 5,Improving Performance 5. BIOLOGICAL STRUCTURAL BASES,Preventing and Treating Injury 9. Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis 11 CHAPTER 3. WHERE CAN I FIND OUT ABOUT ANATOMICAL DESCRIPTION AND. BIOMECHANICS 12 ITS LIMITATIONS,Scholarly Societies 13. Computer Searches 14 REVIEW OF KEY ANATOMICAL CONCEPTS 41. Biomechanics Textbooks 15 Directional Terms 42,BIOMECHANICAL KNOWLEDGE VERSUS Joint Motions 43.
INFORMATION 16 Review of Muscle Structure 46,Kinds of Sources 16 MUSCLE ACTIONS 49. Evaluating Sources 18 Active and Passive Tension of Muscle 51. A Word About Right and Hill Muscle Model 51,Wrong Answers 19 THE LIMITATIONS OF FUNCTIONAL. SUMMARY 20 ANATOMICAL ANALYSIS 53,REVIEW QUESTIONS 21 Mechanical Method of Muscle. Action Analysis 53,KEY TERMS 21 The Need for Biomechanics to. SUGGESTED READING 21 Understand Muscle Actions 56,Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation.
WEB LINKS 22 Applications 60,RANGE OF MOTION PRINCIPLE 60. FORCE MOTION PRINCIPLE 63,SUMMARY 65,FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOMECHANICS. AND QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS REVIEW QUESTIONS 66,KEY TERMS 66. KEY MECHANICAL CONCEPTS 23,SUGGESTED READING 66,Mechanics 23. Basic Units 25 WEB LINKS 67,VI FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOMECHANICS.
CHAPTER 4 OPTIMAL PROJECTION PRINCIPLE 117,MECHANICS OF THE ANGULAR MOTION 121. MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM Angular Velocity 122,TISSUE LOADS 69 Angular Acceleration 123. RESPONSE OF TISSUES TO FORCES 69 COORDINATION CONTINUUM PRINCIPLE 128. Stress 70 SUMMARY 130,Strain 70 REVIEW QUESTIONS 130. Stiffness and Mechanical Strength 71,Viscoelasticity 72 KEY TERMS 131. BIOMECHANICS OF THE PASSIVE SUGGESTED READING 131,MUSCLE TENDON UNIT MTU 75 WEB LINKS 132.
BIOMECHANICS OF BONE 76,BIOMECHANICS OF LIGAMENTS 77. THREE MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS CHAPTER 6,OF MUSCLE 79 LINEAR KINETICS. Force Velocity Relationship 79,Force Length Relationship 84 LAWS OF KINETICS 133. Force Time Relationship 86 NEWTON S LAWS OF MOTION 133. STRETCH SHORTENING CYCLE SSC 88 Newton s First Law and First. FORCE TIME PRINCIPLE 92 Impressions 133,Newton s Second Law 136. NEUROMUSCULAR CONTROL 94 Newton s Third Law 137, The Functional Unit of Control INERTIA PRINCIPLE 139.
Motor Units 94, Regulation of Muscle Force 95 MUSCLE ANGLE OF PULL. Proprioception of Muscle Action QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE. and Movement 99 ANALYSIS OF VECTORS 141,SUMMARY 100 Qualitative Vector Analysis of. Muscle Angle of Pull 141, REVIEW QUESTIONS 101 Quantitative Vector Analysis of. Muscle Angle of Pull 143,KEY TERMS 101,CONTACT FORCES 145. SUGGESTED READING 102,IMPULSE MOMENTUM RELATIONSHIP 147.
WEB LINKS 103,FORCE TIME PRINCIPLE 149,WORK ENERGY RELATIONSHIP 151. PART III Mechanical Energy 151,Mechanical Work 155. MECHANICAL BASES Mechanical Power 157,SEGMENTAL INTERACTION PRINCIPLE 160. SUMMARY 164,LINEAR AND ANGULAR,KINEMATICS REVIEW QUESTIONS 165. LINEAR MOTION 107 KEY TERMS 166,Speed and Velocity 109 SUGGESTED READING 166.
Acceleration 113,Uniformly Accelerated Motion 115 WEB LINKS 167. CONTENTS VII,CHAPTER 7 SUMMARY 224,ANGULAR KINETICS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 224. TORQUE 169 SUGGESTED READING 224,SUMMING TORQUES 173 WEB LINKS 225. ANGULAR INERTIA MOMENT OF INERTIA 174,NEWTON S ANGULAR ANALOGUES 178 CHAPTER 10. EQUILIBRIUM 179 APPLYING BIOMECHANICS IN,CENTER OF GRAVITY 180 COACHING.
PRINCIPLE OF BALANCE 183,QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF,SUMMARY 189 THROWING TECHNIQUE 227. REVIEW QUESTIONS 190 QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF,KEY TERMS 190 DRIBBLING TECHNIQUE 228. SUGGESTED READING 191 QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF,WEB LINKS 191 CONDITIONING 230. RECRUITMENT 231,QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF CATCHING 233. SUMMARY 234,FLUID MECHANICS,DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 234.
FLUIDS 193 SUGGESTED READING 234,FLUID FORCES 193 WEB LINKS 235. Buoyancy 193,Lift 200 CHAPTER 11,The Magnus Effect 203. PRINCIPLE OF SPIN 208,APPLYING BIOMECHANICS IN,STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING. SUMMARY 210,KEY TERMS 210 QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF,REVIEW QUESTIONS 210 SQUAT TECHNIQUE 237. SUGGESTED READING 210 QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF,DROP JUMPS 239.
WEB LINKS 211,EXERCISE SPECIFICITY 240,INJURY RISK 242. PART IV EQUIPMENT 244,APPLICATIONS OF BIOMECHANICS SUMMARY 244. IN QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 245,CHAPTER 9 SUGGESTED READING 246. APPLYING BIOMECHANICS IN WEB LINKS 246,PHYSICAL EDUCATION. QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF KICKING,CHAPTER 12,TECHNIQUE 215.
QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF BATTING 218,APPLYING BIOMECHANICS IN SPORTS. MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION,QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE. BASKETBALL FREE THROW 219 INJURY MECHANISMS 247, EXERCISE ACTIVITY PRESCRIPTION 220 EXERCISE SPECIFICITY 248. QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF CATCHING 222 EQUIPMENT 250. VIII FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOMECHANICS,READINESS 251 LAB ACTIVITIES. INJURY PREVENTION 252 1 FINDING BIOMECHANICAL SOURCES L 2. SUMMARY 253 2 QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE, DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 254 ANALYSIS OF RANGE OF MOTION L 4.
SUGGESTED READING 254 3 FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY L 6,WEB LINKS 255. 4 MUSCLE ACTIONS AND THE STRETCH,SHORTENING CYCLE SSC L 8. REFERENCES 257,5A VELOCITY IN SPRINTING L 10,APPENDIX A. 5B ACCURACY OF THROWING,GLOSSARY 283 SPEED MEASUREMENTS L 12. APPENDIX B 6A TOP GUN KINETICS,FORCE MOTION PRINCIPLE L 14.
CONVERSION FACTORS 297,6B IMPULSE MOMENTUM,APPENDIX C FORCE TIME PRINCIPLE L 16. SUGGESTED ANSWERS TO SELECTED,7A ANGULAR KINETICS OF EXERCISE L 18. REVIEW QUESTIONS 299,7B CALCULATING CENTER OF GRAVITY. APPENDIX D USING ANGULAR KINETICS L 20,RIGHT ANGLE TRIGONOMETRY. REVIEW 305 8 MAGNUS EFFECT IN BASEBALL,PITCHING L 22.
APPENDIX E,9 QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF,QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF LEAD UP ACTIVITIES L 24. BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES 307,10 COMPARISON OF SKILLED AND. NOVICE PERFORMANCE L 26,11 COMPARISON OF TRAINING,MODES L 28. 12 QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF,WALKING GAIT L 30, This second edition of Fundamentals of Lawson McDermott 1987 Kim Pak. Biomechanics was developed primarily to 2002, update a well received text The unique So why another textbook on the biome.
ness of integrating biological and mechani chanics of human motion There are plenty. cal bases in analyzing and improving hu of books that are really anatomy books. man movement has been expanded with with superficial mechanics that teach me. more examples figures and lab activities chanics with sport examples or are sport. Citations to the latest research and web books that use some mechanics to illustrate. links help students access primary sources technique points Unfortunately there are. Students and instructors will appreciate the not many books that truly integrate the bi. CD with lab activities answers to review ological and mechanical foundations of hu. questions sample questions and graphics man movement and show students how to. files of the illustrations apply and integrate biomechanical knowl. This book is written for students taking edge in improving human movement This. the introductory biomechanics course in book was written to address these limita. Kinesiology HPERD The book is designed tions in previous biomechanics texts The. for majors preparing for all kinds of human text presents a clear conceptual under. movement professions and therefore uses a standing of biomechanics and builds nine. wide variety of movement examples to il principles for the application of biomechan. lustrate the application of biomechanics ics These nine principles form the applied. While this approach to the application of biomechanics tools kinesiology profession. biomechanics is critical it is also important als need The application of these biome. that students be introduced to the scientific chanical principles is illustrated in qualita. support or lack of support for these qualita tive analysis of a variety of human move. tive judgments Throughout the text exten ments in several contexts for the kinesiolo. sive citations are provided to support the gy professional physical education coach. principles developed and give students ref ing strength and conditioning and sports. erences for further study Algebraic level medicine This qualitative analysis ap. mathematics is used to teach mechanical proach meets the NASPE Guidelines and. concepts The focus of the mathematical ex Standards Kinesiology Academy 1992 for. amples is to understand the mechanical an introductory biomechanics course and. variables and to highlight the relationship clearly shows students how biomechanical. between various biomechanical variables knowledge must be applied when kinesiol. rather than to solve quantitative biome ogy professionals improve human move. chanical word problems It is obvious from ment, research in physics instruction that solving The text is subdivided into four parts. quantitative word problems does not in Introduction Biological Structural Bases. crease the conceptual understanding of im Mechanical Bases and Applications of. portant mechanical laws Elby 2001 Biomechanics in Qualitative Analysis Each. X FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOMECHANICS, part opener provides a concise summary of of how the biomechanical principles can be. the importance and content of that section qualitatively applied to improve human. of text The text builds from familiar ana movement in a variety of professions No. tomical knowledge to new biomechanical other text provides as many or as thorough. principles and their application guided examples of applying biomechani. This book has several features that are cal principles in actual human movement. designed to help students link personal ex situations These application chapters also. perience to biomechanical concepts and provide discussion questions so that students. that illustrate the application of biome and instructors can extend the discussion. chanics principles First nine general prin and debate on professional practice using. ciples of biomechanics are proposed and specific examples. developed throughout the text These prin There are also features that make it easy. ciples are the application link for the bio for students to follow the material and. mechanical concepts used to improve study for examinations Extensive use of. movement or reduce injury risk Some texts graphs photographs and illustrations are. have application chapters at the end of the incorporated throughout Aside from visual. book but an application approach and ex appeal these figures illustrate important. amples are built in throughout Funda points and relationships between biome. mentals of Biomechanics Second there are chanical variables and performance The. activity boxes that provide opportunities for book provides an extensive glossary of key. students to see and feel the biomechanical terms and biomechanics research terminolo. variables discussed Third there are practi gy so that students can read original biome. cal application boxes that highlight the appli chanical research Each chapter provides a. cations of biomechanics in improving summary extensive citations of important. movement and in treating and preventing biomechanical research and suggested read. injury Fourth the interdisciplinary issues ings The chapters in Parts I II and III con. boxes show how biomechanics is integrated clude with review questions for student study. with other sport sciences in addressing hu and review The lists of web links offer stu. man movement problems Fifth all chap dents the internet addresses of significant. ters have associated lab activities located at websites and professional organizations. the end of the book after the index that use I hope that you master the fundamen. simple movements and measurements to tals of biomechanics integrate biomechan. explore concepts and principles These lab ics into your professional practice and are. publisher Springer Science Business Media LLC 233 Spring Street New York NY 10013 USA except for brief excerpts in connection with reviews or scholarly analysis Use in connection with any form of information storage and retrieval

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