Resistance Training Fundamentals

COM HLT X 452

This course explores the application of basic and advanced methods to prescribe productive exercise programs.

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What you can learn.

  • Analyze how to develop muscular strength using circuit and priority training systems
  • Analyze how to develop muscular strength using circuit and priority training systems
  • Weigh how strength training affects the physiological, neurological, and psychological adaptations of body
  • Develop proper lifting and spotting techniques

About this course:

This course covers basic and advanced methods used to develop muscular strength, including circuit and priority training systems, training cycles, and periodization. Instruction examines the use of these methods to prescribe productive exercise programs, as well as physiological, neurological, and psychological adaptations of the body to strength training. "In-the-weight-room" practical experience and proper lifting and spotting techniques are emphasized.
Prerequisites
PHYSCI X 452 Applied Anatomy and Biomechanics.

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