Physiology for Sport & Excercise
University of Westminster
Area of Study
Exercise Biology, Health and Exercise Science, Kinesiology, Physiology
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6
Hours & Credits
OverviewPre-requisites: L4: Human Physiology / L4: Exercise, Nutrition and Health
This module explores key principles of physiological processes in sport and exercise, and builds on the knowledge and understanding provided by level 4 modules and further explores the energy systems and their relative metabolic contribution to sport and exercise metabolism. Students will gain an insight into the fundamental aspects of exercise metabolism and a sound understanding of physiological responses to acute and chronic exercise practices. A ?hands-on? learning approach will be applied via regular laboratory practical exposure enabling students to gain confidence in a laboratory setting and become au fait with essential protocols and practices applied in the field of sports and exercise.
Assessment: Lab Report (50%) ; Exam (50%).
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