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Understanding the Basics of BODY Movements. Grace Kaler. Senior Year Physical Education. Anatomy- How it is built . Greek for “cutting up”. Greek for “relationship to nature”. Physiology- How it works. Extension- Straighten joints so body parts move further away from each other.

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Understanding the basics of body movements

Understanding the Basics of BODY Movements

Grace Kaler

Senior Year Physical Education


Anatomy- How it is built

Greek for “cutting up”

Greek for “relationship to nature”

Physiology- How it works




Circumduction- away from each other

Moving a part so that its end follows a circular path


Elevate away from each other

Descend


Elevation- Raising a part up away from each other

Example: sholuder shrug


Depression- Lowering a part away from each other

Example: dropping shoulders





Hyperextension- Excessive extension of the parts of a joint beyond the normal rage of motion

(Usually results in injuries, most commonly in the elbows and knees)


A- Hyperextension of elbow beyond the normal rage of motion

B- Hyperextension of the fingers

C-

Hyperextension of wrist


Pronation- Turning the hand so the palm is downward beyond the normal rage of motion

Example: Dropping soup


Supination- Turning the hand so the palm is upward beyond the normal rage of motion

Example: holding soup so it does not fall


Eversion- Turning the foot so the sole is outward beyond the normal rage of motion



Most common types of sprains of the ankle: beyond the normal rage of motion


QUESTIONS? beyond the normal rage of motion


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