3D ANATOMY: RESISTANCE TRAINING (DVD-ROM)
3D Anatomy: Resistance Training DVD-Rom is an invaluable reference tool and image library for fitness professionals in training and practice
A dynamic visual resource that makes complex anatomy, functional anatomy and key resistance exercises easier to learn, remember and understand. 3D anatomy section includes detailed and labeled 3D models and sequences covering anatomical language, bones, joints and joint action, muscles, respiratory and cardiovascular systems including labeled cardiac cycles.
Anatomical planes are explained visually and animations are used to show joint actions and muscle function during common movements such as flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, and internal/external rotation.
Intuitive, interactive functions allow you to rotate each 3D anatomical view 360 degrees or add and remove layers of structures so you can choose the level of detail. Each image can also be printed or exported to Word or PowerPoint royalty free (for non-commercial use).
A resistance exercise section allows comparison of live video clips and 3D animations of 24 exercises that you can label. Animated sequences can be rotated and any visible anatomical structure clicked on and labeled. Description text in bullet point format covers correct form and technique for each exercise.
The comprehensive muscle atlas shows 148 individual muscles in isolation – one view showing the muscle on the bone and a view with the origin and insertion marked on the bones.
43 3D animations of normal muscle function during movement of the joints including
RESISTANCE TRAINING SECTION:
Created on consultation with Jeffrey M. Willardson, this section contains 24 live action video clips and equivalent labeled animations showing the function of muscles during the exercise when it is performed correctly.
Hip and Knee Joint
All the exercises have short descriptive text of how to perform the exercise and also technique tips.
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
An interactive MCQ section with over 100 multiple choice questions based on resistance exercises allows you to revise and test yourself.
Jeffrey M. Willardson
Single user licence
PC and Mac compatible
Microsoft XP, Vista
Mac OSX 10.3, 10.4 and 10.5
Processor speed:1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM
Disk Space: 200 MB
Screen display: 1024 x 768 screen
DVD drive required