Sport and fitness anatomy for translators: muscular system and training terminology.


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Learning Objectives

In this webinar you will learn more about:
  • sports and training terminology
  • sports anatomy
  • general anatomy and physics
  • the relation between the muscular system and strength training
  • common issues regarding the translation of sport and health texts


Improve your sport and health terminology knowledge while learn training methods, the relation between muscles and exercise, the most relevant physics principles and more. Simple anatomy for sport and fitness translators willing to develop their understanding of the topic and translate better.
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In one hour we will explore the muscular system and its components in relation to exercise and training. The student will learn to identify muscles and will understand some of the most common training principles and techniques, while they will also improve their sport and health terminology.

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September 23, 2015

Trainer Bio

Sara Colombo - Sara is a qualified En-Fr-Sp>Italian translator with 6 years of experience within the marketing, business and CE/medical devices fields backed by relevant working experience in the marketing industry. She is also the author of the book ‘Balance Your Words. Stepping in the translation Industry’ and a blogger at A marketer by heart, Sara loves to use social media to connect with peers but also to find new markets and niches. To get in touch with her connect through Twitter (@sc_translations), LinkedIn (Sara Colombo), Facebook (Sara Colombo Translations) or visit her blog!

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