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Old    ash            07-15-2004, 8:06 PM Reply   
Hi I am a year 11 student from Macquarie College ( Australia). I am currently completeing a PDHPE course on Biomechanics. WE have been given an assessment on how anatomical structures influence the way our body moves as well as what aspects of physical fitness influence movement efficiency. We are required to select a movement and explain the muscles and movements used in this action. I have selected a deep water wakeboard start. Although i do wakeboard myself i am still haveing difficulty explaining movements and the muscles groups used. Any information or hints would be greatly appreciated. Thankyou
Old    heavythunder            07-16-2004, 10:05 AM Reply   
Detention says it best.. it's like someone extending a hand to you to stand up, while you are seated on the floor. Arms, Back, legs, shoulders and hands...
Old    eric (eas)      Join Date: Nov 2001       07-16-2004, 2:59 PM Reply   
Is "biomechanics" Australian for "P.E."? j/k

Start at the handle and work your way down the body. it will help to have an anatomy chart to get the scientific names, but it should be quite easy if you break each body part down.

Hands, forearms, biceps, rear delts, traps, lats, romboids, abs, glutes, quads, hammies, calves, feet.

Hope that gets you started!


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