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  • 1. Advanced Coaching Pedagogy. Biomechanics and High Performance Sport. Why? Biomechanics. High Performance Sport. Biomechanics: The study of forces and there effect on living organisms. High Performance Sport: In my opinion - Those athletes, coaches and affiliated adminstrative/exercise practitioners that work to improve the performance of athletes whilst consistently working to improve their own work. With a focusupon the needs of the parties involved, aswell as supporting these people with the best facilities and services that are available.
  • 2. "The Government is committed to ensuring the AIS remains a leader of pioneering high performance sport research, and elite athlete training and development". (Australian Sports Commission, Support for high performance sport research, 2/4/12). What are the basics of Biomechanics? 1. The Gait Cycle. 2. Newtons Laws. 3. Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis. Newton.
  • 3. F = Ma.What can Biomechanics offer High Performance Athletes?
  • 4. "An analysis of the technique deficiences of an athlete can assist the coach or teacher in identifying the type of training the athlete requires to improve". (P. McGinnis, 2005).
  • 5. The role of Biomechanics within High Performance Sport. How is Biomechanics used in sport? Is Biomechanics really that important?

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