Test 3 Review -

Kin 350 Biomechanics

 

Test 3 is cumulative- make sure to study topics from the first two tests as well. Topics from the first 2 tests will account for approximately 33% of the points. Information after the second midterm will comprise the other approximately 67% of the points.  Approximately 25-30% or the test will be math problems.

 

Topics since the last midterm:

 

 

Summation of forces-kinetic link principle

Angular kinematics - vt = wr

Torque

Levers- 3 types

Newton's Rotary laws

Conservation of Angular momentum

Moment of Inertia

Methods of generating twist

Centripetal and centrifugal forces

Center of gravity and stability

Stability and gait

Standing posture (curvatures of the spine)

Muscle imbalances

Back pain and dermatomes

Proper lifting mechanics

Ergonomics –workstation design, room design, 

Instrumentation: video analysis, goniometers, force plates, EMG, EEG, E-stim (FES)

Ground Reaction Forces

Gait Analysis

Ice Skating Videos

Rotation problems since the last midterm

Upper extremity injuries

Rotator cuff mechanics

Carpal Tunnel syndrome

Lower extremity mechanics

Picking shoes

Problem sets

Equation list on page 56b

Lab material

 

Information from labs, videos, articles

 

Anything I’ve forgotten?