Demonstrate safe exercise progression for healthy individuals, explaining when progression is appropriate.
Demonstration should reflect information collected in the medical history, pre-participation physical examination, and the fitness assessment and incorporate the following:
- Determining performance and health goals
- Determining safe and appropriate exercise
- Implementing safe and appropriate exercise program
- Conducting periodic reassessment
- Making adjustments accordingly
- What is exercise progression?
- How is the current level of physical ability assessed?
- How should goals be interpreted and incorporated into planning an exercise?
- When should reassessment occur? How is reassessment used to adjust an exercise program?
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The student will read, interpret, analyze, and evaluate a variety of nonfiction texts.
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- Analyze multiple texts addressing the same topic to determine how authors reach similar or different conclusions.
- Recognize and analyze use of ambiguity, contradiction, paradox, irony, overstatement, and understatement in text.
- Analyze false premises claims, counterclaims, and other evidence in persuasive writing.
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Chapter 11 Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
- Define plyometric (reactive) training and describe its uses.
- Discuss the importance of plyometric training.
- Design a plyometric training program for clients at various levels of fitness.
- Perform and instruct various plyometric training exercises.
Chapter 12 Speed, Agility, and Quickness Training
- Define and describe speed, agility, and quickness training and its purpose.
- Discuss the importance of speed, agility, and quickness training for a variety of populations.
- Design a speed, agility, and quickness training program for clients at any level of training.
- Perform, describe, and instruct various speed, agility, and quickness training exercises.
Chapter 13 Resistance Training Concepts
- Describe the stages of the general adaptation syndrome.
- Define and describe the principle of adaptation and specificity.
- Define stability, muscular endurance, muscular hypertrophy, strength, and power.
- List and define the various stages of strength and training systems.
Chapter 10 Balance Training Concepts
- Define balance and describe its role in performance and injury risk.
- Discuss the importance of balance training.
- Design a progressive balance training program for clients in any level of training.
- Understand and incorporate the principles of selected research outcomes when designing a balance training program.
- Perform, describe, and instruct various balance training exercises.
Chapter 14 Integrated Program Design and the Optimum Performance Training™ (OPT™) Model
- Define and describe the acute training variables within the Optimum Performance Training (OPT™) model.
- Describe the phases within the OPT model.
- Design programs for each phase of training.
Chapter 7 Flexibility Training Concepts
- Explain the effects of muscle imbalances on the human movement system (kinetic chain).
- Provide a scientific rationale for the use of an integrated flexibility training program.
- Differentiate between the various types of flexibility techniques.
- Perform and instruct appropriate flexibility techniques for given situations.
Chapter 8 Cardiorespiratory Fitness Training
- Define and describe the components associated with cardiorespiratory training.
- Describe how various physiologic systems respond and adapt to cardiorespiratory training.
- Describe the health-related benefits associated with cardiorespiratory fitness.
- Describe current guidelines and recommendations for prescribing safe and effective cardiorespiratory exercise to apparently healthy individuals.
- Describe how to design and implement cardiorespiratory training programs to a variety of clients using an individualized approach.
- Instruct clients on how to perform safe and effective cardiorespiratory exercise.
Chapter 9 Core Training Concepts
- Understand the importance of the core musculature.
- Differentiate between the stabilization system and the movement system.
- Discuss the importance of core training.
- Design a core training program for clients at any level of training.
- Perform, describe, and instruct various core training exercises.