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I am interested in the way humans move.

What are good career paths for someone who is interested in kinesiology? #kinesiology #JULY20

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Hamish’s Answer

Hi Shira,

I would look into all human movement systems / ideas / history.

Give yourself some mini projects to write 100 words on each of these, example topics
What happens to the body when.....
5 year old's move to music
Peopling walk on hard / painful surface rocks on beach
ballet spinning
Aikido class
Strong man dead lifts
Holding a baby


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Hamish’s Answer

Hi Shira,

I would look into all human movement systems / ideas / history.

Give yourself some mini projects to write 100 words on each of these, example topics
What happens to the body when.....
5 year old's move to music
Peopling walk on hard / painful surface rocks on beach
ballet spinning
Aikido class
Strong man dead lifts
Holding a baby


Thank you comment icon Thanks! That sounds like a good project to do Shira
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Shannon’s Answer

There are many pathways! You can go into nursing, physical therapy, medical school, occupational therapy, the list is endless. Biomechanics is a great course to learn the way humans move and why we move certain ways. You can also get into the sports industry and be a coach, athletic trainer or strength coach.
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Amanda’s Answer

Some ideas:

1. Physical therapist
2. Occupational therapist
3. Athletic trainer
4. Fitness trainer
5. Physical education teacher
6. Chiropractor
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