Anatomy: A Pressing Concern in Exercise Physiology

The Anatomy Challenge

Author(s): Tommy Boone

Pp: 3-13 (11)

DOI: 10.2174/9781681084695117010003

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Although there is an explosion of computer-based human anatomy material available to teach anatomy, cadaveric dissection by students and the integration of knowledge from textbooks and didactic lectures are still the most popular methods of teaching anatomy. The volume of time dedicated to teaching anatomy has steadily decreased over the past several decades. This has resulted in more college graduates with an inadequate understanding of anatomy. Do you want students of exercise physiology to be taught by qualified teachers? If the answer is "yes" -- then you must act now. Commitment to professionalism is imperative.

Keywords: Applied anatomy, Biochemistry, Biomechanics, Cadavers, Exercise physiologist, Kinesiology, Physiology, Visualization.

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