SPE1100 - Principles of Movement Development
SPE1200 - Applied Movement Science
|1.||Apply their understanding of biophysical concepts to explain and analyse movement using anatomical terminology;|
|2.||Convey their knowledge of the structure, function and interactions of the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and respiratory systems;|
|3.||Identify and describe the normal physiological responses to exercise and explain how energy is obtained, stored, transferred and used during exercise; and|
|4.||Critically analyse the acute and chronic physiological adaptations to training, and use the basic principles of training to plan and implement safe and effective training programs.|
Biophysical Foundations of Human Movement. (3rd ed).
Abernethy, B., Kippers, V., Hanrahan, S., Pandy, M., McManus, A., & Mackinnon, L. (2013).
Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
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