Introduction to Kinesiology Quiz
away from midline of the body.
It’s a repetitive movement in an arc like pendulum movement
A. Oscillatory motion
B. Reciprocating motion
C. General motion
D. rotatory motion
The 3 branches needed for complete understanding of kinesiology are ?
A. Biophysics, Psychology and Mechanics
B. Cardiovascular Physiology, Biomechanics and Musculoskeletal anatomy
C. Neuromuscular Physiology, Biomechanics and Musculoskeletal anatomy
D. Neuromuscular Physiology, Biomechanics and Neuroanatomy
Reciprocating motion is a repetitive translation motion as bouncing ball or the repeated blows of a hammer.
Is branch of physics concerned with the effect that forces have on bodies and the motion produced by those forces.
towards the front of the body is considered ?
Qualitative Kinematics analysis is related to
B. Naming of movement
Anatomical standing position is the position founded in the anatomy text book
Linear and Reciprocating are found in both kinetic and kinematic analysis
Mechanics is divided into ?
A. Static and dynamic
B. Qualitative and quantitative
C. Kinetic and kinematic
D. Non of the above
Acceleration could be change in speed or in direction
The Fundamental standing position is accepted as the point of reference of analyzed all the movements of the body’s segments, except
Kinesiology’s benefits are ?
A. It improves the ability of physical therapists to evaluate the effect of therapeutic exercises
B. It improves the ability of physical therapists to evaluate the activities on the human structure as there is a structure-function relationship.
C. To design and conduct programs to enhance individual movement skills.
D. All of the above
Statics is branch of mechanics that deals with situations in which all forces acting on the body are unbalanced
closer to the feet is known as
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