Prof: Tim Inglis / Fall 2021
Jun 24, 2022
This course is very hard, you need to attend every class and make sure to take great notes. The only form of marks you can get are from exams
Its a good base line to understanding the body but it is a ton of information at once so its hard to retain it all
Not accommodating, bad communication
Stay on top of this class and take great notes
Prof: Tim Inglis / Winter 2021
Jan 4, 2022
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.
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.
Incredibly insightful and passionate about anatomy. Sit in the front row since he talks VERY quietly.
Prof: Anne Lasinsky / Winter 2020
Dec 20, 2020
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
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