Sample Lesson

Chapter 3 - Disciplines of Functional Biomechanics

Below is the Chapter 3 Power Point, Power Point Lecture, Audio Book Lecture, Study Guide/Assignment, Assignment Explanation Audio and the Chapter 3 Quiz. You must complete the quiz and assignment in order to complete this lesson.

Power Point Lecture: Use the Power Point Presentation and Voice Recording below to follow the lecturer through the most important topics for Chapter 3. Be sure to scroll over to the next slide when indicated by the lecturer.


Chapter 3 Book Lecture:

Use the book to follow the lecturer through the details of this chapter.


Chapter 3 Assignment:

Type or write down the answers to the following questions for future review:

PART 1: List and memorize all the Anatomic Locations and give an additional example for each.

PART 2: Define Rotary Motion and Torque.

PART 3: Write down and memorize every joint motion and list the corresponding plane of motion.

PART 4: Using Table 3.1, list each plane of motion with its corresponding axis.

Assignment Explanation Audio


Quiz for Chapter 3

1. Eversion and Inversion belong to which of the following planes of motion?

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2. Which of the following is defined by rotational force produced about an axis?

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3. When a clients muscle is completely contracted leaving no more available myosin/actin attachment points what is this an example of?

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4. Contralateral refers to

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5. What would best explain what happens when your client is performing a squat and their feet turn out?

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6. The Elbow is _________ to the shoulder.

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7. The Sternum is what to the naval?

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8. Which of the following is an example of a third class lever?

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9. If the Gluteus Maximus was to contract concentrically, which joint motion would occur?

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10. All of the following joint motions occur in the sagittal plane except?

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11. The anatomical location referring to the back or towards the rear of the body is known as

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