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Welcome to the ancillary website for Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise, Second Edition.
Instructor resources are free to course adopters and granted by your sales representative. To request access, contact your sales rep.
To access your resources, you must first Create an Account. Once registered, sign in and click the links in the left column to view your resources.
Some of these files are in Microsoft Office® formats. If you do not have software that allows you to open or view these files, free software is available for download at OpenOffice.org that will allow you to do so. Human Kinetics, Inc., is not affiliated with OpenOffice.org in any way.
The e-book version of this text offers many advantages:
Lower price than print version
Highlighting, bookmarking, and note-taking capabilities
Immediate access when purchased from the Human Kinetics website
Access to e-books may also be purchased through some campus bookstores. If you have purchased a key code to unlock access, sign in to the ancillary site and click on "Enter Key Code" in the left column.
Quick Reference Equations
Equations that define mechanical terms or describe relationships between mechanical parameters are presented throughout the textbook. To make it easier for the reader to find any equation, all of the main equations are presented in one place--in the inside cover of the book. It has come to our attention that some copies of the textbook omit these Quick Reference Equations, so a PDF of that material is available here for student use.