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Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise

Table of Contents Introduction. Why Study Biomechanics? What Is Biomechanics? What Are the Goals of Sport and Exercise Biomechanics? The History of Sport Biomechanics The Organization of Mechanics Basic Dimensions and Units of Measurement Used in Mechanics Summary Part I. External Biomechanics: External Forces and Their Effects on the Body and Its Movement Chapter 1. Forces: Maintaining Equilibrium or Changing Motion What Are Forces? Classifying Forces Friction Addition of Forces: Force Composition Resolution of Forces Static Equilibrium Summary Chapter 2. Linear Kinematics: Describing Objects in Linear Motion Motion Linear Kinematics Uniform Acceleration and Projectile Motion Summary Chapter 3. Linear Kinetics: Explaining the Causes of Linear Motion Newton’s First Law of Motion: Law of Inertia Conservation of Momentum Newton’s Second Law of Motion: Law of Acceleration Impulse and Momentum Newton’s Third Law of Motion: Law of Action-Reaction Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation Summary Chapter 4. Work, Power, and Energy: Explaining the Causes of Motion Without Newton Work Energy The Work–Energy Principle Power Summary Chapter 5. Torques and Moments of Force: Maintaining Equilibrium or Changing Angular Motion What Are Torques? Forces and Torques in Equilibrium What Is Center of Gravity? Summary Chapter 6. Angular Kinematics: Describing Objects in Angular Motion Angular Position and Displacement Angular and Linear Displacement Angular Velocity Angular and Linear Velocity Angular Acceleration Angular and Linear Acceleration Anatomical System for Describing Limb Movements Summary Chapter 7. Angular Kinetics: Explaining the Causes of Angular Motion Angular Inertia Angular Momentum Angular Interpretation of Newton’s First Law of Motion Angular Interpretation of Newton’s Second Law of Motion Angular Impulse and Angular Momentum Angular Interpretation of Newton’s Third Law of Motion Summary Chapter 8. Fluid Mechanics: The Effects of Water and Air Buoyant Force: Force Due to Immersion Dynamic Fluid Force: Force Due to Relative Motion Summary Part II. Internal Biomechanics: Internal Forces and Their Effects on the Body and Its Movement Chapter 9. Mechanics of Biological Materials: Stresses and Strains on the Body Stress Strain Mechanical Properties of Materials: The Stress–Strain Relationship Mechanical Properties of the Musculoskeletal System Summary Chapter 10. The Skeletal System: The Rigid Framework of the Body Bones Joints Summary Chapter 11. The Muscular System: The Motors of the Body The Structure of Skeletal Muscle Muscle Action Muscle Contraction Force Summary Chapter 12. The Nervous System: Control of the Musculoskeletal System The Nervous System and the Neuron The Motor Unit Receptors and Reflexes Summary Part III. Applying Biomechanical Principles Chapter 13. Qualitative Biomechanical Analysis to Improve Technique Types of Biomechanical Analysis Steps of a Qualitative Biomechanical Analysis Sample Analyses Summary Chapter 14. Qualitative Biomechanical Analysis to Improve Training Biomechanics and Training Qualitative Anatomical Analysis Method Sample Analyses Summary Chapter 15. Qualitative Biomechanical Analysis to Understand Injury Development Mechanical Stress and Injury Tissue Response to Stress Mechanism of Overuse Injury Individual Differences in Tissue Threshold Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors Affecting Injury Sample Analysis: Overuse Injuries in Running Summary Chapter 16. Technology in Biomechanics Quantitative Biomechanical Analysis Measurement Issues Tools for Measuring Biomechanical Variables Summary

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  • ISBN9781492571407
  • ประเภท E-Book
  • ผู้แต่ง Peter McGinnis
  • สำนักพิมพ์ Human Kinetics
  • ครั้งที่พิมพ์ 4
  • ปีที่พิมพ์2021
  • ภาษาภาษาอังกฤษ
  • หมวดหมู่กีฬาและกิจกรรมกลางแจ้ง
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Table of Contents Introduction. Why Study Biomechanics? What Is Biomechanics? What Are the Goals of Sport and Exercise Biomechanics? The History of Sport Biomechanics The Organization of Mechanics Basic Dimensions and Units of Measurement Used in Mechanics Summary Part I. External Biomechanics: External Forces and Their Effects on the Body and Its Movement Chapter 1. Forces: Maintaining Equilibrium or Changing Motion What Are Forces? Classifying Forces Friction Addition of Forces: Force Composition Resolution of Forces Static Equilibrium Summary Chapter 2. Linear Kinematics: Describing Objects in Linear Motion Motion Linear Kinematics Uniform Acceleration and Projectile Motion Summary Chapter 3. Linear Kinetics: Explaining the Causes of Linear Motion Newton’s First Law of Motion: Law of Inertia Conservation of Momentum Newton’s Second Law of Motion: Law of Acceleration Impulse and Momentum Newton’s Third Law of Motion: Law of Action-Reaction Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation Summary Chapter 4. Work, Power, and Energy: Explaining the Causes of Motion Without Newton Work Energy The Work–Energy Principle Power Summary Chapter 5. Torques and Moments of Force: Maintaining Equilibrium or Changing Angular Motion What Are Torques? Forces and Torques in Equilibrium What Is Center of Gravity? Summary Chapter 6. Angular Kinematics: Describing Objects in Angular Motion Angular Position and Displacement Angular and Linear Displacement Angular Velocity Angular and Linear Velocity Angular Acceleration Angular and Linear Acceleration Anatomical System for Describing Limb Movements Summary Chapter 7. Angular Kinetics: Explaining the Causes of Angular Motion Angular Inertia Angular Momentum Angular Interpretation of Newton’s First Law of Motion Angular Interpretation of Newton’s Second Law of Motion Angular Impulse and Angular Momentum Angular Interpretation of Newton’s Third Law of Motion Summary Chapter 8. Fluid Mechanics: The Effects of Water and Air Buoyant Force: Force Due to Immersion Dynamic Fluid Force: Force Due to Relative Motion Summary Part II. Internal Biomechanics: Internal Forces and Their Effects on the Body and Its Movement Chapter 9. Mechanics of Biological Materials: Stresses and Strains on the Body Stress Strain Mechanical Properties of Materials: The Stress–Strain Relationship Mechanical Properties of the Musculoskeletal System Summary Chapter 10. The Skeletal System: The Rigid Framework of the Body Bones Joints Summary Chapter 11. The Muscular System: The Motors of the Body The Structure of Skeletal Muscle Muscle Action Muscle Contraction Force Summary Chapter 12. The Nervous System: Control of the Musculoskeletal System The Nervous System and the Neuron The Motor Unit Receptors and Reflexes Summary Part III. Applying Biomechanical Principles Chapter 13. Qualitative Biomechanical Analysis to Improve Technique Types of Biomechanical Analysis Steps of a Qualitative Biomechanical Analysis Sample Analyses Summary Chapter 14. Qualitative Biomechanical Analysis to Improve Training Biomechanics and Training Qualitative Anatomical Analysis Method Sample Analyses Summary Chapter 15. Qualitative Biomechanical Analysis to Understand Injury Development Mechanical Stress and Injury Tissue Response to Stress Mechanism of Overuse Injury Individual Differences in Tissue Threshold Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors Affecting Injury Sample Analysis: Overuse Injuries in Running Summary Chapter 16. Technology in Biomechanics Quantitative Biomechanical Analysis Measurement Issues Tools for Measuring Biomechanical Variables Summary