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Biomechanics -Last updated May 13, 1997
Books
Articles Allman, Willam F. "Weight Lifting: What Makes Muscles Work." [Chapter in:] Newton at the Bat: The Science in Sports. Ed. by Allman, William F., and Eric W. Schrier. Ann Arbor: Books on Demand, 1994, pp. 110-113.
Chase, Anthony. "Tuning the Track." Newton at the Bat: The Science in Sports. Ed. by Allman, William F., and Eric W. Schrier. Ann Arbor: Books on Demand, 1994, pp. 59-62.
Heagerty, A.M. "Winning Rhythm.?" Lancet, v343, February 5, 1994, p310.
Jerome, John. "Pole Vaulting: Biomechanics at the Bar." Newton at the Bat: The Science in Sports. Ed. by Allman, William F., and Eric W. Schrier. Ann Arbor: Books on Demand, 1994, pp. 150-153
Matheny, Fred. "Spin Doctor: This Cycling Scientist has Created the World's Most Advanced Way to Find and Fix Pedaling Problems." Bicycling, April 1993, pp. 63-65.
Turnball, Alison. "Making all the Right Moves." New Scientist, July 25, 1992. pp.23-27.
Video / Film
Lesson Plans & Experiments
Computer Media
Internet Resources Biomechanics World Wide: Your Global Guide to the World of Biomechanics. URL: http://dragon.acadiau.ca/~pbaudin/bwwnofrm.html
Organizations
Journals Clinical Biomechanics. A journal affiliated with the International Society of Biomechanics, the American Society of Biomechanics, and the European Society of Biomechanics. Elsevier Science. URL: http://www.elsevier.nl/estoc/publications/store/3/02680033

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