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If the formula is A = V-U/t, you can always rearrange the variables in the formula to find the amount for another variable. Typically speaking if you are subtracting a variable, you may need to add it to the other side. In most formulas, if a variable is multiplied to another variable, it will...Read More

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Biomechanics is the science that applies the simple Newtonian laws of physics to gait related activities. There are various analytical experiments that are done with the help of biomechanical theories. The main use of biomechanics in sports for analysis of an athlete’s physical abi...Read More

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This distinct discipline is 20-21st century if we use that name, but the understanding of the study of movement in life forms began centuries ago, at least in Aristotle's teachings. He studied the movements of animals. Borelli in the Renaissance studied the basis of muscular and skeletal...Read More

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1.what is the walking base and how does one increase the width of the walking base?

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The answer for this number is B. The Teres Minor muscle is located in the shoulder, within the rotator cuff that is narrow and slim. It helps in rotation of the shoulder joints smoothly. Not only it is involved in the movements of the shoulder’s exterior rotation, but it also serves as a...Read More

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The branch of mechanics that studies the motion of a body or a system of bodies without consideration given to its mass or the forces acting on it.

Kinematics is the branch of mechanics that studies the motion of a body or a system of bodies without consideration given to its mass or the...
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A biomechanist needs qualifications in both mechanics and anatomy. It is possible to become a biomechanist starting from either direction: i.e. a degree in engineering and additional qualifications in biologial sciences, or the reverse. Either way, to be a biomechanist you need to be a masters...Read More

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A biomechanist will most likely be working in a research capacity within a university, a clinical setting or a sports science. Biomechanics is a sub-field of the broader discipline, kinesiology, (the study of how people move.) Although Biomechanics is a research discipline, practical...Read More

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Biomechanics is a 21st century professional area and continually expanding in its applications. Sportsmen and women are tremendously benefited by biomechanics, whether they realise this or not, as their trainers and training will call upon this discipline in helping their muscles and movements...Read More

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