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AMTA CEU - Traditional Kinesiology
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Traditional Kinesiology: the Dynamics of Human Movement
2 Credit Hours
Massage therapists, examine advanced muscle movement and gain a better understanding of muscle anatomy through muscle action. Learn More
Regular Price: AMTA Members $30, Non-AMTA Members $50
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Massage therapists, explore advanced muscle movement and make muscle anatomy clearer by focusing on muscle action. When you have completed this course you will be able to:
• Define kinesiology;
• Define the major contributions to kinesiology made by Aristotle, Da Vinci and Newton;
• Describe human movement in terms of muscle tissue, contraction, type and fiber;
• List three movement planes for the human body;
• Describe the muscles used and common movement injuries for a ballet dancer, a baseball pitcher, a runner and a surgeon