AHE2006 - Exercise Interventions for Healthy Populations
|1.||Analyse and synthesise information regarding specific physiological and other demands of a mode of training or sport;|
|2.||Critically evaluate and apply physical training practices within different modes of training and sports, in order to optimise the physical capacities that are important for performance;|
|3.||Devise conditioning programs for a variety of athletes demonstrating critical thinking, creativity and judgement, based on training variables important for the achievement of physical performance goals;|
|4.||Formulate athlete monitoring systems (specific to sport/s) in diverse contexts and present data on the success of these models in an effective manner; and|
|5.||Adapt and manipulate training variables, so as to achieve desired physical responses from individual athletes.|
|Test||Multiple choice quiz based on theoretical content (basic concepts of periodization and testing)||10%|
|Test||Multiple choice quiz based on theoretical content (specific physiological concepts and capacities)||10%|
|Report||Report comprising a) training program for a case study and b) relevant industry expert interview with reflective report||60%|
|Assignment||Students are required to research and present a needs analysis (including testing, results, goals) and a “typical” annual plan for a chosen sport||20%|
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