This ESW major's course examines the physiological response and adaptations to acute and chronic bouts of exercise, training regimens, and environmental conditions. Through experiential learning, research, and technology, the student will analyze physiological responses to exercise. Training principles, nutritional considerations, and optimal human performance across the lifespan will be identified and analyzed. The lab component of the course will allow students to apply the concepts introduced in the lecture portion in hands-on and computer simulated learning opportunities.
|The following courses must be taken prior to this course|
|BIO 129 - Functional Human Anatomy and Physiology with minimum grade of C or both BIO 131 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I and BIO 132 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II with minimum grades of C|
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