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WHY HUMANS MOVE AS THEY DO
PRINCIPLES IN ACTION
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accent action aesthetic afferent nerves alignment aquatic medium auditory balance ball base of support basic blood body segments body weight cardiac output cardiovascular-respiratory endurance center of buoyancy center of gravity central nervous system chapter circuit circulatory system contraction cues culture dance direction efficient environment equilibrium example exercise factors feedback feet flex flexibility floor forward function heart human movement increase individual joint knees learning lever line of gravity locomotor and nonlocomotor locomotor movements momentum motion motor skill move movement activities movement behavior movement patterns nonlocomotor movements number of repetitions occurs oxygen perception percussive instrument performance physical activity physiological position posture principles proprioceptive receptors relax resistance response rhythm rhythmic organization rhythmic pattern rotation score sensory shoulder skeletal muscles space specific specific gravity speed stimulus strength stretch stroke stroke volume swimming swing synchronized swimming tennis tion tissues trampoline Trial tt tt visual visual perception Worksheet