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Kinesiology of Exercise eBooks

Kinesiology of Exercise eBooks are based on the work of Dr. Michael Yessis.

$ 37.00

Learn the Kinesiology of Exercise with eBooks from KinX Learning - Expert content, professionally illustrated, only $37 and instant download - start learning today!

  • 13 volumes organized by joint and joint combination.
  • All content is based on the work of Dr. Michael Yessis, considered the country’s foremost expert on sports training technique.
  • Over 300 professional detailed, full-color anatomical illustrations plus exercise photos.
  • Free quizzes aligned with each eBook to test your knowledge.
  • Great for students, educators, trainers and fitness enthusiasts - anyone interested in learning more about human movement and exercise anatomy.
  • 2 new unique volumes on The Respiratory System and The Fingers and Hand 
  • Edition updates are always free and a money back guarantee!

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What is kinesiology?

Kinesiology is the study of human motion which deals mainly with the muscles and their functions. It describes movement, which muscles are involved in the movement, and how exactly they are involved. It explores the muscular involvement in strength exercises and sports technique.

What will you learn with KinX Learning Kinesiology of Exercise eBooks?

  • Anatomy of all major joints in the body.
  • Basic movements of all the major joints in the body.
  • Muscles involved in all joint movements.
  • Muscle anatomy including origin, insertion, and function, of all the major muscles in the body.
  • Relationships between joints with muscles that cross two joints.
  • Exercises that demonstrate all joint movements.
  • Proper exercise execution and safety considerations.
  • Sport-specific analysis of exercises.
  • Detailed analysis of exercises regarding characteristics such as poundage, grip, body position, and range of motion.

For an in-depth discussion on the study of the kinesiology and biomechanics of exercise, you can see The Need for Exercise Analysis.