Kinesiology: Scientific Basis of Human Motion, 12e
Helpful pedagogical tools in every chapter successfully assist the learning process. These include chapter outlines, objectives, laboratory experiences, and references and selected readings.
Eight comprehensive appendices have been updated to provide material that supplements the basic concepts presented in the text: Classification of Joints and Their Movements, Joint Range of Motion, Muscular Attachments and Nerve Supply, Mathematics Review, Table of Trigonometric Functions, U.S.–Metric Equivalents, Exercises for Kinesiological Analysis, Answers to Problems in Part II.
Additionally, an online lab manual is available at the text's website at www.mhhe.com/hamilton 12e. This downloadable manual takes many of the laboratory experiences from the text and guides the student through the process of using an experiential approach whether it be experimentation, problem solving, observation, or analysis.