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The course presents the basic principles on which the human movement observation is studied in its various areas: physical-motor, intellect-cognitive, social-relational.
Acquire knowledge of chinesiology of trunk, upper and lower extremities - Acquire the main notions regarding postures, postural passages, walking
Simulations, theoretical-practical exercises:
Students will also have the opportunity to attend workshops and didactic spaces to implement the analysis of the movement, the main points of the anatomical tests and become themselves the operators and subjects involved.
Anatomy details with notions of topographic anatomy, anatomy on the living, main points of repere
Kinesiological terminology. Description of movement: planes, axes and types of motion. Types of joints and degrees of freedom. Accessory motion concept. Types of muscles and their inserts.
Muscle concept: agonist, antagonist, synergistic (types of synergies). Types of contraction: isometric, isotonic and isocinetic motion.
Upper limb kinesiology. Lower limb kinesiology. Kinesiology of the spine. Breathing kinship. Concept of posture and station. Standing and variations. Sitting position, Supine-Sitting Passage, Seat to Stand, Walking. Ascending and descending stairs. Pickups. The Biological Purpose of Movement Movement as a behavioral act, such as exploration, as a take information and learning, as a relation between two postures, as non-verbal language
Kapandji "articular physiology"
Clarkson-Gilewich "Kinesiological Evaluation"
Kendall-Kendall-Wadsworth "Muscles" Boccardi et al. "Kinesiology"
Vincenzo Pirola "Human movement" applied to sports activities - Edi-Ermes
Material provided by the teacher
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Lessons will take place during the period between March and May
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam is oral; It will be primarily directed to assessing the appropriate knowledge of the topics covered in the module.
Examination appeals for the winter session (January - February) and for the summer session (June, July and September) will be available.
Details on how to prepare for the exam and the degree to which each subject will be discussed will be communicated during the lessons.
The exam will focus mainly on the topics discussed during the front lessons and in any case on all those specified in the program