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Understanding Basic Physics
Relationships Between Force and Motion
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abduction acceleration anatomic kinesiology angle angular momentum angular velocity aspect Athletic News Service axis ball ballistic base of support baseball basic cinematographic biomechanic biomechanic analysis biomechanic research body segments calculated center of gravity center of mass cervical cinematographic coach coefficient coefficient of restitution collision component counterforce Courtesy USC Athletic diagonal adduction diagonal plane discus distance drag coefficient equilibrium example EXTENSOR femur Figure film flexion flight frames ft/sec game film hip joint horizontal velocity humerus hurdle iliac iliac crest important inertia interaction Ischial tuberosity javelin joint motions jump kinesiology kinetic energy knee lateral lift limb lumbar lumbar-thoracic spine maximum medial moving muscles most involved noncinematographic observed optimal pelvic girdle performer physical educator plane of motion position posterior preparatory phase radius range of motion rotation scapula shoulder joint skill speed spin sport object surface techniques terior thoracic tion torque trajectory transverse tuberosity USC Athletic utilized vertebrae vertical