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Chapters 1-4 Notes

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Chapters 1-4 Notes KINE 2030

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These notes cover Chapters 1-4 of lecture. Just a brief synopsis of what was said in class and lecture slides. Hope these are helpful!
Introduction to Kinesiology
Dr. Judd
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Kinesiology, Introduction, to, KINE, 2030




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Date Created: 09/16/16
KINE 2030 Chapter 1: Introduction to Kinesiology I. Kinesiology A. Study of movement 1. Voluntary 2. Intentional 3. Identifiable goal B. Knowledge 1. Experimental 2. Scholarly 3. Pro-practice 4. Observation of physical activity is also an important source of kinesiological knowledge. C. Holistic nature Chapter 2: Spheres of Physical Activity Experience I. Sphere of Self Sufficiency A. ADL’s – Activities of Daily Living 1. Hygiene – brushing teeth, showering, etc. 2. Eating 3. Walking B. IADL’s – Instrumental Activities of Daily Living 1. Taking medications 2. Using telephone 3. Grocery shopping C. Home Maintenance Activities 1. More complicated & demand more energy than ADL’s and IADLS’s 2. Shoveling snow, repair work, etc. II. Sphere of Self Expression A. Through Physical Activity 1. Gestures 2. Hand signals 3. Dances and rituals III. Sphere of Work A. Ergonomics IV. Sphere of Education A. Learning cursive Obesity Trends Among US Adults from 1985-2010  Obesity – BMI = 30 or higher  BMI is a measure of an adults weight in relation to his/her height (weight in kg is divided by the square of his/her height in meters). Chapter 3: Importance of Physical Activity Experiences I. Quality and Quantity of Physical Experiences A. Affected by 1. Individual circumstances 2. Personal environment II. Training vs. Conditioning A. Training 1. Carried out for the purpose of conditioning B. Conditioning 1. Temporary end state of training III. A Physically Fit Person A. Can perform essential activities of daily living B. Has sufficient energy remaining to pursue an active leisure life C. Can meet unexpected physical demands that emergencies may impose IV. Generalist vs. Specialist Chapter 4: Importance of Subjective Experiences in Physical Activity I. Subjective Experiences A. Derived from physical activity 1. Emotions 2. Cognitions 3. Dispositions 4. Knowledge 5. Meanings B. Four Truths About Sport and Exercise 1. Always accompanied by subjective experiences 2. Subjective experiences are unique 3. Might do physical activities without ever asking why or understanding the purpose 4. Will not be meaningful if unenjoyable C. Nature 1. Immediate experiences a. Instant emotional and cognitive impressions - Best game - Bad day D.Components 1. Psychoanalytic self knowledge (deep seated desires) 2. Mystical knowledge (rare and special) 3. Socratic self knowledge ( what we know and what we don’t know) II. Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Approach to Physical Activity A. Extrinsic 1. Physical reward for performance 2. I.e. trophies B. Intrinsic 1. Autotelic 2. Internal reward that has longer gratification III. Factors Affecting Enjoyment of Physical Activity A. Related to activity B. Related to performer (dispositions) C. Related to social context IV. Attitudes Towards Physical Activity A. Social experiences B. Health and fitness C. Pursuit of vertigo D.Aesthetic experience 1. Dancing, gymnastics, etc. 2. For the “beauty” E. Cathartic experience 1. Therapeutic element F. Ascetic experience 1. Delayed gratification 2. Bodybuilding, powerlifting, etc. V. Factors Related to Social Context A. Alone vs. with others B. Social environment 1. Gym intimidation 2. “Not good enough” C. Sense of perceived freedom VI. Watching Sports as a Subjective Experience A. Vicarious participation 1. Engaged feeling when watching 2. Using ownership terms when talking about a team/person being spectated 3. “Our team is winning” or “We lost last night”


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