Sport science is the study of how human muscles and other bodily systems work, develop, and interact with each other in the context of sport and human performance. This broad field includes studies in anatomy, motor learning, human performance, sport psychology, motor development, health and wellness, and biomechanics.
Exercise at any level requires a well-balanced diet to maintain good health and successful sporting performance. Biomechanics makes it possible to calculate the most efficient or the least harmful patterns of movement in sporting movements and techniques, which is an important consideration when designing an exercise programme. Psychological factors may contribute to whether an individual achieves success and optimal performance in sport, and may also affect whether individuals choose to engage in exercise. It is also important to develop practical knowledge of reliable methodologies and measurements and understand how they should be interpreted to support athletes or clients further in their training.
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