This course will introduce students to the literature examining the effects of physical activity on health and the principles of exercise programming for apparently health populations. Practical training in this course will encompass: fitness assessments, basic pre-screening and interview techniques, and exercise technique and prescription. Psychological aspects of exercise, in particular motivation, adherence and addiction, will also be addressed. These skills will be put into practice with students developing and delivering a supervised exercise program for a healthy adult. This course is restricted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Exercise Physiology 3871.
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