Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Basic Physiology of Exercise (3 cr)
P409 | 6077-6082 | Brechue


PREREQUISITES:
PHSL 215 or equivalent and ANAT 215 or equivalent

CLASS MEETING:
One 50 minute period two times per week, plus one Lab 1 hour and 55 minutes
per week.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
A survey of human physiology parameters as related to physical exercise and
work, and the development of physiological fitness factors.  Physiological
foundations will be considered.

TOPICAL OUTLINE:                        LABORATORY TECHNIQUES

1.  Skeletal Muscle                                  	   1. Pulmonary
Function
2.  Energy and Energy Production      	 2. Electrocardiography
3.  Pulmonary System                            	 3. Blood Pressure &
Exercise
4.  Cardiovascular System                  	 4. Aerobic & Anaerobic
Power Training
5.  Endocrine System                            	 5. Muscular
Strength & Endurance
6.  Anaerobic & Aerobic Training          	 6. Exercise &
Thermoregulation
7.  Environmental Factors                       	 7. Body Composition
Analysis
8.  Special Performance Aids
9.  Body Composition & Obesity
10. Exercise & Aging

TEXTBOOK:
Exercise Physiology, 4th Edition, McArdle, Katch, & Katch, Williams &
Williams,
1996
Lab Manual - Available at Bookstores

		EVALUATION PROCEDURES:
Exam #1-3:          100 points each        300 points
Final Exam:          200 points each        200 points
Lab                      250 points                 250 points
TOTAL POINTS              750 points

Grading:
690+ points            =  A
600-674 points       =  B
525-599 points       =  C
450-524 points       =  D
<450 points            =  F