KIN 110

Human Anatomy

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Prof: Tim Inglis / Winter 2021

Jan 4, 2022

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There's a LOT of content. Muscles, attachments, functions, nerve supply, boney landmarks, and ligaments. Use Anki flashcards and spend a good 2~3 hours everyday reinforcing material.

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This is your bread and butter for kinesiology. This is the one course that you should arguably be doing stellar in for a kinesiology student to excel in the future. Practice practice practice and you'll be using this course content in life. This course took about 90% of my time throughout the semester. Take light course loads to ensure you have enough time to prep for this one.

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Incredibly insightful and passionate about anatomy. Sit in the front row since he talks VERY quietly.

Delivery: In personGrade: A+
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Prof: Anne Lasinsky / Winter 2020

Dec 20, 2020

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The course itself was pretty memorization heavy however take it with Dr. Lasinsky if possible she’s super clear with her expectations. The biggest piece of advice I would give is use online tools like the UBC Radiological atlas because it helps you visualize the different bone/muscle viewpoints better

Grade: A+Attendance: Non-MandatoryTextbook Use: No

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