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Anatomical Kinesiology Project
Transcript of Anatomical Kinesiology Project
By: Alyssa, Becky, and Rachel Purpose:
- To identify the differences between skilled and unskilled people.
- Unskilled people do not have the muscle control to properly execute sport specific activities or have the muscle strength to perform difficult weight lifting techniques correctly. Videos: Prepitory Phase: Hang Clean Execution Phase: Hang Clean Follow Through Phase: Hang Clean How to Help an Unskilled person: Research References:
Carr, G. A. (1991). Fundamentals of Track and Field. Champaign: Leisure Press.
Johnson-Cane, D., Jonathon, C., & Glickman, J. (2000). The Complete Idiot's Guide to Weight Training. Indianapolis: alpha books.
Rogers, J. L. (2000). USA Track & Field Coaching Manuel. Champaign: Human Kinetics.
Floyd, R. T. (2009). Manual of Structural Kinesiology. New York: McGraw Hill. Prepitory Phase: Start Blocks Execution Phase: Start Blocks Follow Through Phase: Start Blocks The Skilled and Unskilled Differences:
Stride Length JaKe-
Is a college athlete for track and field, and experinced weight lifter. Jorge-
Was a high school
runner and is now
a college student. Start Blocks-
Reaction out of blocks
Leg strengthing (i.e. lunges) Hang Clean-
Russian Dead Lift
Explosive Front Squat