PE 267 - Applied Kinesiology
Students use biomechanics and anatomy principles to develop safe and effective training techniques applicable to individuals at a variety of developmental stages. Prepares students to test, measure and refine program goals for individuals based on current research in exercise science.
- Become proficient in the assessment and refinement of participants fitness and health goals
- Identify agonistic and antagonistic muscle groups in developing well balanced exercise programs
- Develop fitness programs based on the five health related components of fitness
- Develop skills needed to assess and manage safety issues associated with fitness activities
- Relate proper exercise and spotting techniques on a variety of fitness equipment
- Gain an appreciation of motivational and customer care techniques needed to develop a positive learning atmosphere within a fitness center.
- Develop skills and knowledge needed in preparation for the National Strength and Conditioning Association Personal Fitness Trainer Exam
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