Singapore University of Social Sciences

Exercise Physiology

Applications Open: To be confirmed

Applications Close: To be confirmed

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Course Types: To be confirmed

Language: English

Duration: 6 months

Fees: To be confirmed

Area of Interest: Education

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Funding: To be confirmed


Synopsis

BSE207 Exercise Physiology provides students with the applied knowledge of the physiological and biochemical alterations occurring in the human body due to the physical stress of exercise. Emphasis is placed on understanding the functional changes that result from acute and chronic exercise. Laboratory sessions are included as a means to review and enhance understanding as students observe the physiological responses and adaptations that occur during physical activity and apply assessments used in the field of exercise physiology.

Level: 2
Credit Units: 5
Presentation Pattern: Every January

Topics

  • Skeletal Muscle Structure
  • Skeletal Muscle Function
  • Bioenergetics
  • Basic Energy Systems
  • Metabolic Response to Exercise
  • Fuel Utilisation during Exercise
  • Systemic and Pulmonary Circuits
  • Cardiorespiratory Response to Exercise
  • Components of Physical Fitness
  • Assessing Health-Related Physical Fitness
  • Principles of Training
  • Components of a Training Programme

Learning Outcome

  • Discuss the basic concepts of the human physiological response to acute and chronic exercise, including metabolic, circulatory, respiratory, and muscular responses.
  • Describe bioenergetics and regulation of bioenergetics during exercise.
  • Use appropriate terminology in discussing current research relative to the field of exercise physiology.
  • Develop and apply knowledge in the use of a variety of laboratory techniques in order to observe the physiological responses and adaptations that occur during physical activity.
  • Analyse how the body adapts to physical activity during sports & exercise.
  • Use various laboratory assessment techniques to measure human physiology responses to the various forms of exercise.
  • Appraise several components of physical fitness using appropriate measures.
  • Develop an exercise prescription Programme for the fundamental components of fitness.
  • Analyse and interpret an individual’s exercise performance data performed in laboratory sessions.
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