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Confused Pod Student from Queensland Australia

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by bonbons*n*candies, Aug 2, 2008.

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    My first post! ;)
    I am currently very confused with my studies...
    I have been doing more readins on biomechanics as I am far from being confident at it at the moment.
    I have found the more I read, the more I question...
    Many of our underlying theories come from Root, especially biomechanic assessment performed. Many of the assessment is performed in open-kinetic and we don't take into consideration factors such as a person's centre of gravity, body proportions etc. So is STJ neutral really as important as we are taught at uni to be?????
  2. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    Hi Confused Pod. Do you have another name, as your current title is a very long one?
    Confusion Vs debating?
    There are still many areas of the body let alone the feet we are all yet to understand fully the how and why.
    Try not to get confused rather listen to the debates and arguements and take away what you think may work for you.
    Many of those specialising can not agree on many topics BUT you and I get a free look into those minds.
    LUCKY are we not?

    Do not stress as we are all on the same path of learning and knowledge.
    HMM bit deep for Sat arvo.
    Hope you get rid of some of that rain by the time I come up to the sports med conference
    GOOD LUCK with your studies

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