University of Technology Sydney

92553 Complex Exercise Management

6cp; 1hpw (online modules and interactive activities), 2hpw (tutorial), 5hpw (independent study)
Requisite(s): 92523 Strength and Conditioning
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
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This subject examines the aetiology of lifestyle and clinically relevant diseases with a focus on physical activity and exercise. It presents information relating to the physical and cognitive health benefits of physical activity and exercise for health under various physiological and metabolic conditions. Students develop an understanding of the factors that determine, influence and modify the physical activity habits of individuals and whole populations who may present with, or be at risk of, various disease states. This subject reinforces principles and practice of technical skills required of the exercise scientist. Students develop competencies in the assessment of cardiorespiratory health, muscular and orthopaedic performance and clinical exercise testing central to professional practice in the health and fitness setting.

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Autumn session, Moore Park precinct

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