(TEXTBOOK NAME: KINESIOLOGY SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF HUMAN MOTION 12th EDITION) Pleas

(TEXTBOOK NAME: KINESIOLOGY SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF HUMAN MOTION 12th EDITION)
Please respond to the questions or situations below. For each question please be sure to address all of the points emphasized in the question.
1. Define the following terms and state the effect they have on a body in the water:
Drag
Lift
2. Remember Newton’s three laws? Go to pages 483–486 in the text. For the 11 mechanical principles, identify which of Newton’s laws they relate to and state why. (Don’t forget that some concepts are linear and others are angular!)
3. List the phases of the swimming stroke and their functions.
4. Compare the phases of the walking and running gaits. What are the differences between the two and why are they necessary?
5. Describe what happens to the center of gravity during walking and running.
6. What is the function of the upper extremities during walking and running?
7. What happens during the glide phase of a cyclical human-powered locomotion? Why?
8. State the propulsive and resistive factors of a swimming stroke.
9. How is motion accomplished in a suspension activity?
10. What are some differences in how motion is accelerated on a solid surface, in water, and during suspension activities?
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KINESIOLOGY: SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF HUMAN MOTION 12TH EDITION…AUTHOR IS NANCY HAMILTON. Discipline: Kinesiology

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