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the branch of physiology that studies the mechanics and anatomy in relation to human movement

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University of Primorska, Science and Research Center, Institute for Kinesiological, Research, Garibaldijeva 1, SI 6000 Koper, Slovenia
Additionally, several articles examining the kinesiological and metabolic aspects of locomotor training with robotics were included to further understand the potential of this method of locomotor training.
The perception of football as a kinesiological activity raises a question: How is the success of an individual football player during a competing activity linked with his characteristics and abilities?
Pain and disability in patients with osteoarthritis of hip or knee: the relationship with articular, kinesiological and psychological characteristics.
Top performance in volleyball comes as a result of specific physiological, kinesiological, psychological, and environmental influences of both natural and social surroundings.
Part six investigates the different forms of biofeedback used in rehabilitation and kinesiological electromyography clinical applications.
Internet porn can be particularly powerful, he says, because it's kinesiological - a biofeedback loop tied to physically tapping a keyboard and pulling up image after image on a computer screen.
BS in Kinesiological Sciences, University of Maryland
To make yoga practice safe as well as sane, Aldous uses her background in yoga and anatomical and kinesiological principles to explain the connections between anatomy, movement and yoga asanas.
His technique is a blend of anatomical awareness, kinesiological principles, body therapies, and movement repatterning that borrows heavily from Irmgard Bartenieff's Fundamentals and Rudolf Laban's theories of Effort, Shape, and Space Harmony.