What is the difference between motor learning and motor control? Pick a sport that you are familiar with and discuss how practice techniques would influence your planning if you were a coach. Discuss when it might be best to provide either knowledge of performance or knowledge of results to a person learning a motor skill?
Name the principal appendicular muscles of the body and describe their origins, insertions, actions, and innervations. Name the principal axial muscles of the body and describe their origins, insertions, actions, and innervations.
Compare the bone markings of the vertebrae and distinguish the differences between the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar vertebrae. Describe two different joints found within knee, including the bone markings and the movements produced by those joints.
Why is it so important to know terms that are associated with all of the different body systems even if you were to only work with one system? What is an example of a time where the body systems would be related? What are some steps you might take other than memorization to make learning medical terms easier?
What is enterohepatic recirculation, and what is the significance of the process?
Define the concept of team cohesion and differentiate between task and social cohesion. Discuss the relationship between team cohesion and team performance, the factors that contribute to team cohesion, and the stages of developing team cohesion.
What is the process of goal setting? What are different types of goals? What makes good goals? What are some pitfalls of goal setting?
This solution explains the process of goal setting for an athlete or an athletic team. Different types of goals are described, and the guidelines of creating SMART goals are explained. Potential pitfalls of goal setting are also outlined.
The concept of burnout in athletes is discussed, including a description of symptoms and precursors. Tips to avoid burnout are given for athletes, parents and coaches.
What are mood states? How are they measured? What is the Profile of Mood States (POMS)? What is the iceberg profile?
What is a mood state and why is it of interest in sport psychology? How are mood states measured? In this solution, the Profile of Mood States (POMS) questionnaire is described. The "iceberg profile" of elite athletes is also described, and an illustration is attached. References to original research are provided.
What positive and negative factors are involved in youth sport? What are the reasons children give for participating in or withdrawing from sport? This solution answers those questions and discusses the major negative factors associated with youth sport. The Parents' Code of Conduct is also described.
Why is aldosterone such an important hormone?
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1. List the anatomical components of the lymphatic system. 2. How do lymphatic vessels originate? 3. Even though the lymphatic system is a component of the circulatory system, why is the term circulation not the most appropriate term to describe the flow of lymph? 4. Identify the body's first line of defense. 5. Acti
How do the muscles and joints function during a simple soccer ball kick?
1. Describe the joint movements using anatomical terminology of kicking a soccer ball. 2. Describe the kinematic analysis of movement. This should include displacements and velocities. Graphs with brief explanations are acceptable. Indicate whether the angular displacements are close to the maximal ranges of joint motion.