PE4317ONLINESyllabusFALL2011

PE4317ONLINESyllabusFALL2011 - Instructor: Office:

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Exercise Testing and Prescription PE 4317 – Online Instructor: Carolyn Clay, M.Ed. Office: Human Performance Laboratory Jowers Center, Room C208 E mail: CC61@txstate.edu Phone: 512.245.1972 Web Site: http://www.hhp.txstate.edu/Total Wellness.html Office Hours: 2PM, or by appointment. Course Description: PE 4317 online presents in a usable form the most current exercise and sport science information on exercise testing and programming. This course helps students develop the knowledge, skills, and competences required to access and prescribe exercise for various populations and provides practical experiences related to health/fitness management programs. Rationale: This course provides students with a working knowledge of basic exercise testing and prescription fundamentals applicable to the commercial, medical, governmental, and public school health/fitness settings. Online, practical experiences include case studies. ExCET Competencies: Physical Education All Level (Competencies 002, 004, 007, 008, 011). Course Goals and Objectives: The overall goal of this course is to equip students with the knowledge necessary to conduct comprehensive health appraisals and exercise tests and use the results from such appraisals and assessments to develop safe and effective exercise programs. By the end of the semester, students should be able to: Describe the relationship between physical activity and health. Describe the link between physical activity and lowered risk of premature health problems. Modify exercise prescriptions for older people with common orthopedic and cardiovascular problems. Identify cardiovascular, respiratory, metabolic, and musculoskeletal risk factors that may require further evaluation by medical or allied health professionals before participation in physical activity. Identify cardiovascular, respiratory, metabolic, or musculoskeletal risk factors or conditions that may require consultation with medical personnel before exercise testing or training. Identify individuals with cardiovascular, pulmonary, and metabolic diseases, using appropriate materials and understand the prognostic indicators for high risk individuals. Assess a person’s medical health history. Know when a medical clearance prior to exercise participation is required in a health/fitness setting. Know the categories of participants who should receive medical clearance prior to administration of an exercise test or participation in an exercise program. Identify relative contraindications to exercise testing or participation. Explain the purpose and procedures for evaluating cardiorespiratory, muscular strength and endurance, and flexibility fitness. Interpret information obtained from cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance,
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ESS 4317 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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PE4317ONLINESyllabusFALL2011 - Instructor: Office:

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