|1.||Cross-examine and investigate common assessment techniques and their efficacy to determine muscular strength and power performance and apply this information to propose appropriate testing batteries for athletic populations;|
|2.||Evaluate and report on the application and efficacy of commonly utilised training systems in helping improve athletic performance and use this material to guide the development of appropriate programming; and,|
|3.||Conceptualise, compose and justify well designed strength and power programs addressing the needs of an individual athlete.|
|Assignment||Create a comprehensive list of strength a power tests and their effectiveness (including reliability) used in the sporting context||20%|
|Report||Report on a training system used commonly in athletic settings and its application and effectiveness||30%|
|Case Study||Effective testing, data interpretation and program development for enhancing sports specific power of a case study athlete||50%|
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