SCL1002 - Exercise Physiology or
RBM1528 - Human Physiology 2
|1.||Assess and analyse the impact of physical inactivity and sedentary behaviour on cardiovascular, metabolic and/or renal (CMR) diseases for the purposes of designing exercise programs;|
|2.||Devise appropriate exercise interventions that consider clients' current level of physical activity, goals, preferences, needs, barriers and motives;|
|3.||Select and conduct exercise assessments appropriate to clients' needs, goals and behaviours, and modifying prescription based on adverse physiological responses suggestive of CMR disease during physical exertion;|
|4.||Recommend and employ safe, client-centred exercise limits for physical activity and exercise; and,|
|5.||Design, compose and implement exercise and physical activity interventions that consider training, programming and exercise prescription principles for apparently healthy children, adults, the elderly and pregnant women.|
|Test||Online Quizzes x 3||15%|
|Case Study||(Part 1) Recorded video - evidence of selected tests||25%|
|Case Study||(Part 2) Formal report of client case||35%|
|Case Study||Analysis of hypothetical case study||25%|
Advanced Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription 8th ed
Gibson, A.L., Wagner, D.R & Heyward, V.H. (2019)
Total Fitness and Wellness. The Mastering Health edition 8th ed
Powers, S.K and Dodd, S. (2020)
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