The ability to solve applied problems relies on our understanding of the human system, which is reflected by our ability to model it. By combining the measurement of muscular electrical activity with models of the mechanics of muscular contraction we are gaining insights into the internal forces produced by the human body. The prediction of individual muscle forces, therefore, allows a more complete understanding of the causes of applied movement problems such as injury mechanisms, movement efficiency, coordination of skilled performances, fatigue, design of prostheses and sporting equipment.
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|KINESIOL 3AA3|| ||Biomechanics II|
|KINESIOL 4A03|| ||Advanced Biomechanics|
|KINESIOL 4AA3|| ||Applied Biomechanics|