Anatomy & Physiology Lab 10: Biomechanics - Durable
This is a station activity that has students explore a variety of biomechanical characteristics of their own bodies. At Station A students will determine their rate of speed and acceleration. At Station B students will determine the range of motion of the elbow and knee joints. At Station C students will measure the amount of force generated by the triceps, biceps, quadriceps, and hamstrings. At Station D students will perform the Forestry Step Test to examine the link between muscle use and the increase in oxygen consumption by the body. Finally, at Station E students will determine the cadence, velocity, and stride length of their gait.
Items included in this Durable Lab are listed below.
Tape Measures, Goniometers, Spring Scales, Lanyards.
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