The volume provides an introduction to the burgeoning study of biomechanics in sports. Intended as an introductory guide to evaluating athletes and sports movements, this volume has four major sections: "Fundamental Concepts," "Applied Anatomy: Assessment and Modification of Physical Capacities," "Biomechanics: Assessment and Modification of Sport Techniques," and "Practical Example."
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