AHE2102 - Sports Biomechanics
AHE1202 - Biomechanics
|1.||Critically review the procedures of different technical and analytical skills used to quantify human movement;|
|2.||Interpret biomechanical data accurately and synthesise information in the context of the movement task and biomechanics theory communicate the outcomes effectively;|
|3.||Apply the analytical and technical skills necessary to perform a biomechanical analysis of human movement tasks (with an emphasis on gait); and,|
|4.||Quantify biomechanical principles as they relate to health, exercise and sport from both performance-enhancement and injury- prevention perspectives.|
|Project||Group research project / presentation||40%|
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