This course will equip you with knowledge and skills for assessing and instructing clients and patients in exercises and other movements. You will integrate concepts from biomechanics, functional anatomy, motor learning and skill acquisition in the analysis of exercises, work tasks and activities of daily living. You will apply your theoretical understanding of biomechanics and functional anatomy in practical analysis of movement, using both quantitative and qualitative approaches. The course will also cover aspects of exercise instruction and approaches to movement education. You will develop practical skills in teaching new or modified exercises, work tasks or activities of daily living, giving consideration to pedagogical theory in relation to instructing clients and patients regarding movement and exercise.
This course is restricted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Exercise Physiology 3871.
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