Physical Education - Fitness Training Principles and Methods Course



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This Physical Education (PE or Phys Ed) course offers a comprehensive introduction to the topic and investigates the basics: from muscle response to the physiology, biology, and the science of sports. It covers the scientific basis of fitness and concludes with training principals and methods. It is an ideal course for those studying for a qualification in health or fitness or for sports enthusiasts. It is also an excellent resource for trainers or managers in fitness, health or sports related activities.

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Physical Education
Fitness Training
Training Methods

Course programme

Module Title Basic muscle physiology Muscle groups Information on the heart Energy systems Converting food to energy The principles of training Training principles Training methods Maximal oxygen uptake Acute responses Chronic training responses Fatigue and recovery The core components of fitness Assessment of fitness Assessment

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