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Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise, Third Edition

Welcome to the ancillary website for Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise, Third Edition.

If you are using the previous edition, visit 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.

Student resources are included with the purchase of a new textbook; otherwise, they may be purchased separately.

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 or enter your key code.

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.
Key code instructions:
If you have purchased a key code, sign in. Then click on "Enter Key Code" in the left column. After entering the key code, you may need to sign out, then sign in again before accessing the resource from the left column.

Test Package

  • Make your own tests and quizzes.
  • Choose from over 380 test questions.
  • Download Respondus or RTF files or files formatted for LMS use.

Instructor Guide

  • Chapter summaries and outlines
  • Lecture ideas and outlines
  • Student activity suggestions
  • Teaching tips
  • Problems from the text worked out step-by-step

Image Bank

  • The image bank includes most of the figures, content photos, and tables from the text, sorted by chapter. Images can be used to develop a customized presentation based on specific course requirements.
  • A blank PowerPoint template is provided so instructors can quickly insert images from the image bank to create their own presentations. Easy-to-follow instructions are included.


Web Resource

The web resource includes all of the problems from the book for easy access, plus 18 sample problems worked out to further facilitate student learning.

  • Interactive set of sample problems provides hints on request to help guide students toward the correct solution.
  • PDFs of end-chapter problems allow easy printing and reference.

MaxTRAQ Software Access

Access to the MaxTRAQ 2D software allows students to analyze and quantify real-world sport movements in video clips and even upload their own video content for analysis. The software offers a practical tool for students using this text to immediately apply what they are learning and become familiar with motion analysis software that is similar to that used by biomechanics researchers.

To access the MaxTRAQ software using the key code that came with your print book or bookstore e-book package, visit http://www.motionanalysisproducts.com/Books/PM-BSE-R3.html. 

If you have purchased a used text or purchased an e-book electronically, you will need to purchase MaxTRAQ access from the MaxTRAQ website.  Follow the link above.

Instructors adopting Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise, Third Edition, for their courses receive free access to the MaxTRAQ software. To request access, contact your sales representative.

The MaxTRAQ software is compatible with Windows operating systems only.


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

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