SPORT BIOMECHANICS: Introduction
|Subject:||MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES, LIFE SCIENCES, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES > LIFE SCIENCES > SPORT AND ATHLETIC SCIENCE/PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT SCIENCE > BIOMECHANICS OF SPORT ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY > TECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING > MEDICAL ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY > BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOMECHANICS|
Experimental Sport Biomechanics
This chapter presents an introduction to the concept of competitive sports and the place of biomechanics within sport science. This is followed by the definition of sport biomechanics and the identification of various sectors where biomechanics is particularly useful. Finally, there is introduction into the various sections of sport biomechanics. Based on this information, the aim and the structure of the present book are discussed.
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3.Biomechanics and Kinesiology
4.Contribution of sport biomechanics
4.1.Searching for the optimum theoretical model of sport technque based on the laws of physics
4.2.Analysis of movement of champions and comparison with optimum theoretical models
4.3.Analysis of the effects of sport instruments on sport performance and provision of guidelines for their production.
4.4. Manufacturing shoes, clothing or preventive measures for performance improvement and reduction of loads imposed on the human body
4.5.Evaluation of physical conditioning and technιque of athletes and provision of guidelines regarding the training process
4.6. Carrying basic research on the properties of various human body systems which affect the mechanics of movement (i.e. neural, muscular, skeletal systems.
5. Sport biomechanics sections
6.Aim and structure of the book
6.1Structure of the book
7.Sport biomechanics on the internet
|Bibliographic Citation:||Kellis, E. (2015). SPORT BIOMECHANICS: Introduction [Chapter]. In Kellis, E. 2015. SPORT BIOMECHANICS [Undergraduate textbook]. Kallipos, Open Academic Editions. chapter 1. http://hdl.handle.net/11419/4944|
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Kallipos, Open Academic Editions
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