KINS 4251 Applied Anatomy and Kinesiology
3 hours; 3 credits
Mechanical principles of human motion; macroscopic analysis of bones and muscles; joint leverage and limitations; type of muscular contraction and relations of muscular efficiency to posture; analysis of motor activities.
Prerequisite: Physical Education/Kinesiology 3211  and 3275 [22.75] or the equivalent of the courses.
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