Lecture; laboratory. Presents the quantitative and qualitative analysis of human movement and the anatomic concepts needed for understanding human movement in relation to mechanical effects such as application of force in relation to center of mass, displacement, velocity, acceleration of bodies, and buoyancy. Emphasis is on understanding and application of principles to any movement pattern. Prerequisites: Kinesiology majors, BIOL 220, BIOL 224, GE (B4) math, and Junior Standing. Consent of instructor for non-Kinesiology majors required.