Physical Education - Fitness Training Principles and Methods - Revised
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This course begins by helping you identify the basic muscle physiology and its interior components. You will study the motor unit, the regulation of muscular force, and the firing pattern of muscles in the body. You will also look into the major muscle groups and the microscopic structure of muscle. With this course, you will also learn about the different muscle fibre types and their distinctive features as well as the various types of muscle contractions.
We all know that food is converted into energy in the body. With this course, you will learn how the human body does that. You will study the energy systems as well as their characteristics and fitness components. Training is a cyclical process of tearing down and building up and even the most untrained body has a built-in reserve capacity to handle a substantial degree of stress. With this course, you will learn the principles of training, overload, specificity, reversibility, and individual differences.
Everything you want to know from muscle response to the physiology, biology, and the science of sports will be discussed in this Physical Education course. You will also learn that when designing a fitness training program, it is important that the methods are relevant and focused on the important fitness component and that the exercises within the training methods are specific to the sport. start this course to learn about sports science and training techniques now!
Basic Physiology For Physical Education
Basic Physiology For Physical Education - Learning Outcomes
Basic Muscle Physiology
Information On The Heart
Converting Food To Energy
Basic Physiology For Physical Education - Lesson Summary
Training Methods - Learning Outcomes
The Principles Of Training
Maximal Oxygen Uptake
Chronic Training Responses
Fatigue And Recovery
Training Methods - Lesson Summary
Having completed this course you will be able to:
- Describe muscle architecture and muscle groups such as the motor unit, muscular force, muscle fibres, and joint actions
- Explain the benefits of involvement in fitness activities
- Relate heart rate to ATP-PC, and lactic acid to aerobic energy systems
- Explain about food conversion for energy
- Describe the four training principles: overload, specificity, reversibility and individual differences
- Illustrate the importance of maximum volume of oxygen consumed by the body, acute responses, fatigue, recovery and glycogen restoration
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