Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Exercise Prescription (3 cr.)
K564 | 6120 | Wallace


The interpretation of health/fitness assessment for exercise prescription
and the application of the basic exercise prescription to aging populations,
pregnancy, coronary heart disease, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, obesity,
diabetes, chronic obstructive lung disease, renal disease and other.

Text:	(1)	American College of Sports Medicine, Guidelines for Exercise
Testing and Prescription, Lea & Fiebeger, 1995.

	(2)	American College of Sports Medicine, Resource Manual for
Exercise Testing and Prescription, Lea & Fiebeger, 1993.

	(3)	American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary
Rehabilitation, Guidelines for Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Programs, Human
Kinetics Publishers, Champaign, IL 1994 or 1995.

	(4)	American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary
Rehabilitation, Guidelines for Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs, Human
Kinetics Publishers, Champaign, IL 1993.

	(5)	Readings in Exercise Prescription, Mr. Copy.

	(6)	Case Studies, Mr. Copy.

COURSE OUTLINE:

	Topic

	Introduction

	Evaluation Procedures
		Physical Examination
		Risk Factor Analysis
		Contraindications to Exercise
		Testing and Prescription
		Blood Chemistries
		Pulmonary Functions
		Body Composition
		Graded Exercise Testing

	Energy Expenditure Calculation Review

	Pharmacology and Exercise

	Case Studies/Review

	Exam on Previous Material

	Basic Exercise Prescription
		Apparently Health Adult
		Pregnancy
		Old Age

	Clinical Management and Exercise
	Prescription
		Coronary Heart Disease
		Obesity
		Hypertension
		Diabetes
		End Stage Renal Disease
		Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary
			Disease
		Case Studies

	Final Exam

Evaluation

	Mid-term Exam	33%
	Case Studies (2)	33%
	Final Examination	33%

Janet P. Wallace, Ph.D. FACSM
HPER 112-G
885-6384
Office hours:
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wallacej@indiana.edu