92523 Strength and Conditioning6cp; 1hpw (online modules and interactive activities), 1hpw (pre-learning activities), 2hpw (tutorial), 4hpw (independent study)
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
This subject examines the various physical capacities related to human performance (endurance, strength, speed, power, agility and flexibility). Specifically, this subject examines the physiological and mechanical underpinnings of each capacity and in turn how to perform, test and train each capacity in relation to athletic development. The subject provides students with proficiency in the skills required to assess fundamental physical capacities related to human movement and emphasises the methods for development of respective physical capacities.
Spring session, Moore Park precinct
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125