Power Muscles of the Hip, Knee, and Ankle Activity!
Great module for Sports Medicine, Anatomy & Physiology, and Upper-Level Health Science!
This module guides students to understand the major muscle anatomy of athletes and helps them to a higher level of understanding injuries. Students build the power muscles out of clay and also build the major connective tissues that anchor these muscles. Students will be amazed at the layering of the body and how these groups work to produce movement!
Great for: Sports Med & Athletic Training/Health Science/Anatomy Instruction: Instructors receive awesome and affordable hands-on activities that guide students to understand the major musculoskeletal structures of the hip, knee, and ankle area; application of causes to common athletic injuries; and provides the foundation for applying prevention of injuries.
Here are the table of contents for you to look over:
Lesson planning, Supplies, and Clay Techniques: pages 3-7
I. Hip Flexors: pg 8-22
II. Quadriceps: pg 23-68
III. Gluteal group: pg 68-76
IV. Lower Leg Anatomy: pg 77-136
V. Power Adductors, Flexors, and Abductor: pg 136-174
VI. Superficial Veins of the Leg: pg 174-180
Grading and Honoring Your Students' Work: pg 181-182
Diagram for this Module is found in the HOBS: Diagrams
Watch your students have an amazing time learning leg anatomy, understanding injuries, visualizing the structures that they are treating, and gaining a greater understanding of prevention of injury to the structures being built.