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Last approved: Thu, 16 Apr 2015 19:43:33 GMT

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Milken Institute School of Public Health
Exercise and Nutrition Sciences (EXNS)
EXNS
6220
Power Training for Sports Performance
Power Training for Sports Perf
201501
0,2
Course Type
Laboratory
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

No
No
EXNS 2111 or equivalent
Corequisites

20

Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
Yes
 
EXSC 6220 - Power Training for Sports Perf
Yes
Fee Type
Lab
40
Instructional material and lab equipment supplies.
No


Effective training programs for sports that require explosive performance. Emphasis on training methods that develop speed and power, such as plyometrics and Olympic weightlifting. Provides information on specific competencies for students interested in pursuing certification as a strength and conditioning specialist.
1. Students will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the physiology of exercise. 2. Students will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the role of exercise training as it relates to improved athletic performance and health. 3. Students will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of various programmatic design variables that can be manipulated to bring about specific training outcomes. 4. Students will apply various theories of social and behavioral change as they relate to improved athletic performance and health. 5. Students will demonstrate skills in the design of exercise training interventions and sport-specific exercise programs that are consistent with these social and behavioral theories. 6. Students will evaluate these interventions with regard to their effectiveness in improving athletic performance and health 7. Students will design research studies that are consistent with advancing the field of strength and conditioning 8. Students will integrate applicable statistical and epidemiological theories in the development and evaluation of this research 9. Students will integrate their knowledge of Strength & Conditioning into existing professional experiences with other professionals in the field 10. Students will appreciate the role of different strength & conditioning theories and practices among their partners in the field
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