|1.||Justify the physiological and mechanical basis underlying strength, power, speed and change of direction;|
|2.||Evaluate and critique current muscular and movement assessment techniques;|
|3.||Critique and implement current knowledge and research of training methods to optimise balance, strength, power, speed and agility: and,|
|4.||Exemplify communication within the professional context by presenting well-structured, coherent work at a scholarly level.|
|Assignment||Assignment on Force Transmission and Mechanical Relationships||20%|
|Assignment||Assignment on Neuromuscular Principles||40%|
|Case Study||Development of exercise programs to assess and develop speed and power, based on case studies||40%|
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