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Sport Biomechanics

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Travis Ficklin

on 18 July 2016

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Transcript of Sport Biomechanics

Sport Biomechanics
SPORT
BIOLOGY
PHYSICS
Technique
Development
Evolution
of
technique
Teaching
of
technique
Feel?
Chance?
Imitation?
What is really going on?
How to measure it?
What to do about it?
Challenges:
KINESIOLOGY
Motor learning / control
Biomechanics
Physiology
Application of mechanical principles to living organisms
NASA, Aeronautical, transportation engineering
Ergonomics, occupational science
Orthopedics, rehabilitation, prosthetics
Robotics
Clinical biomechanics
Botany
Veterinary biomechanics
Anthropology
Sports Biomechanics
Exercise Scientist
Physical Educator
Sports Coach
Athletic Trainer
Physical Therapist
Prosthetist
Orthotist
Orthopedic Surgeon
Equipment Designer
Fitness / Rehabilitation Specialist
Travis Ficklin
travis.ficklin@uni.edu
SPORT BIOMECHANICS
(Performance)
Genetics
Muscle Physiology
Structural Kinesiology
Mechanics
Kinematics
Kinetics
Linear and Angular
Mechanics govern technique
Human body subject to physical laws
Solutions:
Capture human motion
Measure forces and torques
Analyze data
Explain results
Capture human motion
Methods?
Lab
Field
Methods?
Lab
Field
Measure forces and torques
What is Biomechanics?
General Approach
Know the mechanics of the techniques
Visit with practitioners often and share
Design clean studies to answer questions
Pitching
Squatting
Lifting
Swim Starts
Shot-put
Base-stealing
Sliding
Hitting
Linebacker
Volleyball
2D Video
Slap Hitting
Power Clean
Lifting Shoes
Sprinting
Jumping
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