Kinesiology: Biomechanics of Human Movement
Unfortunately, modern living does not require enough movement to prevent several chronic diseases associated with low physical activity.
An example for this category would be the flight speed and path of a baseball after it has been struck.
In addition, there is ballistic that involves repeated prancing movements, wherein tendon are swiftly elongated and instantly slackened.
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