In this unit students will develop knowledge and skills in the application of fitness training systems based on contemporary practice in fitness and exercise training to support participation in physical activity. An understanding of training principles, including modifications to programs, and planning, developing and delivering programs will be fostered through practical activities. Students will explore, analyse, research, develop, and deliver programs in a range of fitness training systems such as kettleball TRX, gymstick, myofacial release, plyometrics, cross training, and functional fitness to apply their knowledge and skills to professional practice for developing functional movement outcomes for participation.

Unit details

Location:
Study level:
Undergraduate
Credit points:
12
Unit code:
SFI2001

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
  1. Critically research, review and evaluate the efficacious use of a fitness training system to support participation in physical activity and health;  
  2. Devise and apply fitness training systems to encourage participation in physical activity for both small groups and individuals;  
  3. Consolidate and synthesise knowledge of fitness training systems to develop appropriate and individualised and group activities and programs to support professional practice;  
  4. Present effective instruction in fitness training systems to support participation in physical activity; and,  
  5. Communicate knowledge and ideas about fitness training systems to others in a clear, coherent and independent manner with a range of different populations and clients.  

Assessment

Assessment type Description Grade
Test Practical test 20%
Project Develop a program using a fitness training system 30%
Project Group Program Instruction Session 30%
Test Practical test 20%

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