Jun 24, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BIO 250L - PII Sports Physiology and Life Fitness Laboratory


(Perspectives II Lab) Individuals interested in upgrading or maintaining their level of physical fitness and wellness or those who consider themselves to be competitive athletes must possess a foundation for understanding the important of nutrition and energy transfer to maximize their potential for exercise and training. In addition to the basic principles of exercise physiology, variety of additional contemporary issues will be offered to include, but not be limited to: use of legal and illegal aids, cardiovascular fitness and disease prevention, training methodologies and fitness assessment. The course will be taught in an interactive and participative manner. Students will be asked to apply factual information to practical experiences designed to improve their understanding of basic principles. Strategies to enhance the educational environment will include experience logs and journals of athletic performance, self-assessments for heart disease, nutritional status, stress management, and overall fitness, and conference interactions with instructors. Course Codes: NR. Prereq: PEQ in Science. Coreq: BIO 250. Additional course fee required. This is an on-line, distance learning course. Students are expected to participate from the first day of classes. An online course is best suited to students who are self-directed and very familiar with Moodle and other computer technology. For important information, please refer to the following: http://www.naz.edu/library/teaching-and-learning-t echnologies/online).

Prerequisites & Notes
Course Codes: NR. Prereq: PEQ in Science. Coreq: BIO 250. Additional course fee required. This is an on-line, distance learning course. Students are expected to participate from the first day of classes. An online course is best suited to students who are self-directed and very familiar with Moodle and other computer technology. For important information, please refer to the following: http://www.naz.edu/library/teaching-and-learning-technologies/onl ine). Normal cycle offering: Summer. Yearly cycle: variable.

Credits: 1



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