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MVS 110  MVS 110  Exercise Physiology Module Exercise Physiology Module
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Claudius Galenus       (129-199 AD)  Training for ‘games’. Galen’s “Laws of Health” 1. Breathe Fresh Air 2. Eat Proper Foods 3. Drink the Right       Beverages 4. Exercise 5. Get Adequate Sleep 6. Have a Daily Bowel      Movement 7. Control the Emotions Historical Perspective
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Austin Flint, Jr.       (1836-1915)   1866 - published 5 classic  textbooks  [e.g., The  Principles and Practice  of Medicine] Historical Perspective Edward Hitchcock, Jr.       (1828-1911)  Professor of Hygiene & PE  (1861) -Amherst College First to record annual  statistical data on large  group of subjects
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George W. Fitz      (1860-1934)  Help create Dept. Anat., Phys. and Physical Training at Harvard in 1891-1899. **First formal Exercise Physiology Class/Lab        Historical Perspective Course  of Study:  Depart ment of  Anato my , Physiolog y , and  Physical  Training, Lawre nc e Scie ntifi c Sch oo l, Harvar d  University , 18 93.  First  Year   Exper im ental  Phy sic s  Elemen tary  Zoo logy   Morphology  of   Anim als  Morphology  of   Plant s  Elemen tary  Phy siolo gy  and  Hyg ien e  Genera l  Chemis try   Rhet o ric and  Engl ish  Compo sition   Elemen tary  German  Gym nas tic s and  Athle tic s  Sec ond  Year   Comparative  An atom y  of Ve rtebr ates   Geo logy  Phy sica l Ge o gra ph y and  Me teor ol ogy   Exper im ental Phy sics   Genera l  De s crip tive   Phy sic s  Qualitat ive  Analy si s  Engl ish Composition   Gym nas tic s and  Athle tic s              Th ird  Year (at Harvard  Med ical)   Ana to m y  and Dis se ction   Genera l Phy siolo gy   Histology   Hyg ien e  Foods a nd Cook ing 
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