|1.||Explain the basic norms, principles and practises of resistance training to client groups (simulated);|
|2.||Interpret muscle and segment actions as they relate to movement preparation and resistance training exercises;|
|3.||Contrast past and current beliefs, practices and trends in the field; and|
|4.||Design, demonstrate and evaluate resistance training exercise programs appropriate for healthy populations that satisfy different client outcomes.|
|Test||Short Answer: contrast myths and principles||10%|
|Report||Evaluation of lifting technique||20%|
|Exercise||Explain Demonstrate and Coach - 2 progressive assessments (20%, 25%)||45%|
|Test||Design Periodised Training Program||25%|
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