SCL1002 - Exercise Physiology
Or: RBM1528 Human Physiology 2 for students enrolled in HBES Bachelor of Biomedical and Exercise Science or SBEX Bachelor of Science (Biomedical and Exercise Science).
|1.||Apply understanding to conduct pre-participation screening and risk stratification;|
|2.||Devise appropriate exercise interventions that take account of clients' goals, physical activity preferences, barriers and motives for physical activity;|
|3.||Select and conduct exercise assessment methods and procedures that are appropriate to clients and monitor clients' signs and symptoms during physical activity;|
|4.||Select and apply safe, client-centred exercise limits and appropriate and effective intensity ranges for physical activity and exercise; and|
|5.||Design, implement and assess exercise and physical activity interventions that address the variables of mode, intensity, duration, frequency, volume and progression of exercise.|
|Examination||Mid-Semester Exam (exam will be in week 4 of semester)||15%|
|Case Study||Written report of a case study analysis, and demonstration of practical skills||45%|
|Examination||Final written examination||40%|
Resources for the Exercise Physiologist. A practical guide for the Health Fitness Professional. , 2nd Ed.
ESSA's Student Manual for Health, Exercise and Sport Assessment
Coombes, J. & Skinner, T., (2014)
Mosby Elsevier, Sydney, NSW.
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