RBM1174 - Human Physiology
|1.||Identify and interpret the acute physiological responses that occur during exercise and the chronic physiological responses to exercise training;|
|2.||Explain the process of the interaction between different physiological systems during exercise;|
|3.||Apply practical skills required in exercise physiology laboratory work and research;|
|4.||Communicate a clear, coherent and original exposition of knowledge and ideas in exercise physiology; and|
|5.||Design exercise based on results from physiological tests.|
|Test||Problem based tests - In class problem based group||20%|
|Presentation||Laboratory group presentations||30%|
|Practicum||Practical skills and application||30%|
Exercise physiology: theory and application to fitness and performance, 9th edn,
Powers & Howley 2015,
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