BIO-210, Kinesiology

Kinesiology is the science depicting the relationship between muscles and human movement. This course identifies the origin, insertion, and action of individual muscles and muscle groups. These concepts are essential for developing a clear understanding of how muscles function in health, injury, and exercise physiology. Students also explore how to provide training advice for pre-rehabilitation, rehabilitation, and healthy living. Students have many hands-on, palpation skill training activities to strengthen their knowledge of muscle locations.

60 Clock Hours / 6 Qtr. Credit Hours.

Prerequisite: None