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ATHT 3900 - Human Structure and Movement in Sport and Injury

4 credit hours
Prerequisites: BIOL 2010 /BIOL 2011  and/or BIOL 2030 /BIOL 2031 . Corequisite: ATHT 3901 . Exposure to the structural and functional components of human anatomy, including musculoskeletal origins, insertions, actions, and innervations; the ability to identify landmarks, surface markings, and palpations on a live model; to describe functional movements in various sport activities, then classify and identify which muscles work together to create the motions, identify normal and atypical patterns and characteristics. Emphasis placed on normal walking and running gait, posture, throwing, kicking, and jumping.


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