Biomechanics of Musculoskeletal Injury

COM HLT X 425

Using the mechanical laws of motion, this course analyzes human movement using a systematic approach.

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Fall
Online
Starting at $805.00
As few as 11 weeks
4.0
2.0

What you can learn.

  • Comprehend the forces and moments acting at the major joints of the human body
  • Understand how fitness instructors can use laws of motion to prevent injuries in their clients
  • Analyze bone, joint cartilage, collagenous tissues through biomechanical systems

About this course:

The body is a dynamic organism exhibiting a complex integration of biochemical, mechanical, and physical functions. This course provides a systematic approach to the analysis of human movement based on the mechanical laws of motion. Topics include biomechanical analysis of bone, joint cartilage, and collagenous tissues, as well as a review of forces and moments acting at the major joints of the human body. Practical application of these principles to program design can help fitness instructors prevent injuries in their clients.
Prerequisites
Basic course in anatomy and physiology.

Fall 2021 Schedule

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Instructor: John Farr
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Fee:
$805.00
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Notes

NSCA has approved two CEUs for CSCS, NSCA-CPT, CSPS, or TSAC-F certificants who successfully complete this course.

Full elective credit in Fitness Instruction Certificate.

Enrollment limited to 25 students. Enrollment deadline: September 24, 2021. Internet access required. 

Refund Deadline
No refunds after September 24, 2021
Course Requirements

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