Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:
-understand the biological adaptations caused by muscle work to maximize human performance
-recognize the contribution of measurement and evaluation to the achievement of specific educational goals and objectives of physical education
-apply the basic principles of exercise physiology in sports and physical education
-describe the basic principles and mechanisms of exercise physiology
-highlight the scientific application of exercise to improve health and physical performance
-design exercise programs for the general population and training programs for athletes based on the principles of exercise physiology
Course Content (Syllabus)
- Subject of Exercise Physiology
- Muscle contraction. Muscle performance.
- Neuromuscular control.
- Sources of muscle energy.
- Anaerobic and aerobic capacity.
- Nutrition and physical performance.
- Thermoregulation during exercise.
- Training and biological adaptations.
- Physical exercise and development.
- Applied Exercise Physiology in sports.