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Intro to Kinesiology

by: Miss Brooks Schmitt

Intro to Kinesiology KINE 204

Miss Brooks Schmitt

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Raymond McCoy

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Miss Brooks Schmitt on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to KINE 204 at College of William and Mary taught by Raymond McCoy in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 52 views. For similar materials see /class/231176/kine-204-college-of-william-and-mary in Kinesiology at College of William and Mary.


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Date Created: 10/29/15
History of Kinesiology Chinese thought that diseases were the result of inactivity Aristotle 3 84322 BC 0 Founder of anatomical kinesiology Hippocrates 460370 BC 0 Walking mechanics of humans and animals Archimedes 287212 BC 0 Determined hydrostatic principles governing oating bodies Galen 131201 AD Tended to Pergamum s gladiators considered the 1st team physician in history 0 0 Used numbers to describe muscles 0 Essay De Moto MuscuCorum translates to On the Movements of Muscles o Muscular contraction resulted from passage of animal spirits from the brain through the nerves and into the muscle 0 Considered the Father of Sports Medicine Da Vinci 14521519 0 Pictures of human body and center of gravitybalance Galileo 15641642 0 Physicianphysicist Pendulum action of walking and heart rate parameters Giovani Alfonso Borelli 16081679 0 Father of Biomechanics Luigi Galvani 17371798 0 Electric signals travel along a nerve to excite a muscle EtienneJules Marey 18301904 Edward Maybridge 18301904 0 Multiple cameras to capture humans and animals during movement Sir Charles Scott Sherington 18521952 0 Integral action of the nervous system Sir Archibald Vivian Hill 18861977 0 Muscle strength related to length and speed of contraction l92030 s EARLY 1800 s a Amherst College i Edward Hitchcock Sr and Jr 18281911 3 Anthropometric studies b Anatomy and physical education courses are common c Yale University i Dudley Sargent began physical training regimens MODERN TIMES 1900 s to Present a Harvard University i lst exercise physiology lab b Harvard Fatigue Lab 19271946 i Fitness testing including heart rate respiratory rate and 02 c Princeton University i EarlyLarge Gymnasium


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