Biomechanics II extends the applied mechanics knowledge from Biomechanics I to applied situations such as sporting, clinical and coaching applications, exercise efficacy, and workplace health and safety. In addition, Biomechanics II builds on the qualitative movement analysis skills introduced in Biomechanics I before introducing you to a number of biomechanical research techniques used for the quantification of human movement. A key component of the assessment for this course is completion of a small research project.
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- Sunshine Coast: Semester 1
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