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KIN-343   Physiology of Exercise3 credits

Prerequisites: BIO-104, BIO-304 or BIO-374.

Corequisites: KIN-343L

A study of the effects of exercise on the structures and functions of the human body with emphasis on the characteristics of muscular contraction, fatigue, mechanism of movement, and acquisition of skill. The required laboratory experience will apply the information base from the lecture and will focus on measuring, evaluating, and analyzing anthropometric, metabolic, and physiologic functions and using the data to describe, predict, and change work capacity and performance training protocols.

KIN-343L   Physiology of Exercise Lab1 credit

Corequisites: KIN-343

The required laboratory experience for KIN-343 will apply the information base from the course lecture and will focus on measuring, evaluating, and analyzing anthropometric, metabolic, and physiologic functions and using the data to describe, predict and change work capacity and performance-training protocols.