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Part Two Physics of Sport
Part Three Techniques of Biomechanic Analysis
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acceleration action actually anatomic angle angular momentum angular velocity aspect athlete axis ball ballistic base of support baseball basic cinematographic biomechanic biomechanic analysis biomechanic research body segments calculated center of gravity change of momentum coach coefficient of restitution collision component counterforce diagonal adduction direction of motion discus distance drag coefficient drag force effect equilibrium example exerted extension Extensor femur Figure film filming speed flexion flight frames frictional forces ft/sec game film hip joints horizontal velocity hurdle important inertia interaction intermediate cinematographic analysis javelin jump kinesiology kinetic energy knee lift lift force limb lumbar lumbar-thoracic spine maximum medial movement phase moving observed occurs optimum pelvic girdle performer physical educator plane of motion plantar flexion position posterior preparatory phase radius range of motion rebound result rotation scapula shot shoulder joint skill speed spin spinal sport object surface teaching-coaching techniques tion torque trajectory transverse utilized vertical