Biomechanics 2013
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  • 1. Learning Outcomes are:All will be able to:•Define velocity, displacement, acceleration, momentum and impulse•State the differences between scalars and vectors•Define Newton’s first and third laws of motion and apply them in differentsporting situations such as sprinting, jumping, kicking and flight.Some will also be able to:•Distinguish between velocity and acceleration, momentum and impulse•Define Newton’s second law of motion and apply it in different sportingsituations such as sprinting, jumping, kicking and flight.
  • 2. Define the following terms and give a sporting example of its application: Speed Velocity Distance Displacement Force ImpulseAcceleration/deceler ationAverage acceleration Vectors Scalars Internal Inertia forces/external Newton’s first Law /second forces law/third law Gravity Momentum Air resistance The forces involved in running Friction Ground reaction force
  • 3. But first a quick video on newton’s laws of motion t start us off…….Speed date to check you answers and explain them Then do the exam Qs (page 106) And when you have you answers or think you’re ready…………….try the interactive task on whiteboard………………………and take the test on the whiteboard Or use kerboodle
  • 4. Define the following terms and give a sporting example of its application: Speed Velocity Distance Displacement Force ImpulseAcceleration/deceler ationAverage acceleration Vectors Scalars Internal Inertia forces/external Newton’s first Law /second forces law/third law Gravity Momentum Air resistance The forces involved in running Friction Ground reaction force