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UGA KINS 2010 - What is Kinesiology?

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Kinesiology- kinesis, cause motionPhysical activity is the centerpiece of kinesiologyPhysical activity: voluntary movement intentionally performed to achieve a goal in sport, exercise, or some other sphere of lifeRemember: skeletal muscle activity can occur without movement; non-voluntary e-stim can achieve goals2 general categories:Skilled movement: motor skills, sport skillsExercise: health-related, training/conditioning for sport, therapeuticExercise is:A subset of physical activityPlanned, structured, repetitivePerformed to improve or maintain some aspect of physical fitnessKINS 2010 1st Edition Lecture 1 Outline of Current Lecture I. What is Kinesiology?II. Definition of Physical Activitya. Two general categoriesIII. What is exercise?Current Lecture Kinesiology- kinesis, cause motion- Physical activity is the centerpiece of kinesiologyo Physical activity: voluntary movement intentionally performed to achieve a goal in sport, exercise, or some other sphere of life Remember: skeletal muscle activity can occur without movement; non-voluntary e-stim can achieve goals  2 general categories: Skilled movement: motor skills, sport skills Exercise: health-related, training/conditioning for sport, therapeutic Exercise is: A subset of physical activity Planned, structured, repetitive Performed to improve or maintain some aspect of physical fitnessThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a


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