# BoB/Teaching

BoB/Teaching is a package specifically designed for teaching biomechanics and bringing the subject to life.

BoB/Teaching contains a human musculoskeletal model and is pre-loaded with examples illustrating many biomechanical principles. BoB/Teaching has all of the analysis and graphics capabilities of BoB/Research, but cannot import new data.

The BoB/Teaching package also contains editable a worksheets of questions for students to follow and complete. These exercises will guide the students through many biomechanical examples illustrating principles and applications.

BoB/Teaching enables every student to have a musculoskeletal model on their own PC or Mac.

BoB/Teaching can be obtained by **clicking here**.

BoB/Teaching is a self-contained package for students of biomechanics enabling them to investigate, observe and learn biomechanical analysis. The package contains examples of biomechanical activities ranging from simple, idealised movements to real-life motion captured. BoB/Teaching has a short learning curve and includes many tutorial videos.

BoB/Teaching encourages the student to experiment, enquire and gain a deep understanding of the principals employed in biomechanical analysis with a very short learning curve and minimal supervision.

BoB/Teaching contains all of the sophisticated graphics and analysis functions of BoB including a 3-dimensional viewer and generates output as graphs, numeric data, videos and images – click here to see the features.

## BoB/Teaching can analyse and display:

*Kinematics*

Anatomical trajectories

Body instances

Point position/vel/acc

Joint angles

Joint range of motion

Distance/angles between points

Muscle length

Segmental orientation

Velocity vectors

*Kinetics*

Torques at joints

Externally applied force

Ground reaction forces

Joint contact forces

Muscle labelling

Muscle forces

Muscle energy/power

Total muscle energy/power

Muscle torque decomposition

## The BoB/Teaching package contains examples of:

Static hand weight

Knee flexing

Running

Arm curl

Basketball

Single foot balance

Moving hand weight

Climbing stairs

Jogging with EMG

Ballet fouette

Wheelbarrowing

Cycling with EMG

Inverse dynamics

Gait with EMG

Baseball pitching

Manual handling

Tennis serve

Rowing