BİOMECHANİCS BASİCS OF SPORT MOVEMENTS

Module Code Number

BES 524

Number of ECTS Credits

6

Hours / Week (TPC)

3 0 3

Module Lecturer

Department`s lecturers

Year / Term

-

Typ of Course

(Compulsory / Elective)

Elective

Pre requisites / Recommended

-

Module Contents

-Biomechanics in physical education and athletics,  Basic  concepts,(work, strength, Power, velocity, impulse, momentum, torque, energy )  Motion and  forms of  motion, Linear kinematics, Angular kinematics,  Linear  Kinetics, Angular  Kinetics,  Equilibrium and  centre of gravity in the human body,  The body as a lever system, Analysis of  joint mechanics, Mechanics of  Cardiovascular  system Analysis of Force acting on human body  of sports techniques , Analysis of Sports techniques (Running, jumping, throwing, gymnastics, football, Basketball, Swimming) Human performance analysis, (Muscle and joint acting).

-Giving the principles of mechanics  for physical education and sports

-Analyze exercise movement using basic laws of physics (levers, torque, mass, power, velocity, gravity, etc.)

-Demonstrate knowledge of the skeletal and muscular systems of the human body.

-Identifies major muscle groups involved in human movement.

Aims and Objectives of the module

-Learning the principles of mechanics for physical education and sports to application.

-learn the basic anatomical and kinematics and kinetic concepts

- learn how the human movement generates movement

-Learn the kinematics concepts laws and principles that govern the human movement motion,

- learn the forces action on the body in a fluid and how the human body motion is affected.

Method of assessment

Theoretic, Term Paper.

Teaching Language

Turkish

Textbook /

Recommended readings

- James G.HAY, The Biomechanics of Sports Techniques, Prentice Hall Inc. New Jersey, Third  Ed. 1985

-  Susan J.  Hall, Basic Biomechanics Mosby Year book, 1991.

- Barbara A. Gowitzke, Understanding the Scientific Bases  of Human Movement, Williams & Wilkins 1972

- Thompson & Floyd, Manual of Structural Kinesiology (15th Ed.), McGraw-Hill Publishers, 2004wilkins.