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(3 0 cr.) - Session(s): Spring | Course Every Year

A study of the neuromuscular and mechanical principles of movement. This course examines the way bones and muscles work in all types of dance and sport-related activities.  Content also includes understanding muscular imbalances, physiological support systems, body types, movement behavior, and movement efficiency. Prerequisites: BIO-322/342; or BIO 338/348 and BIO 339/349.

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