EHS330-01A Conditioning for Performance (with Timothy R Morgan)
This course examines the advanced methods and techniques associated with the design of strength and conditioning programs to enhance human performance in sport and fitness. Topics to be studies include, but will not be limited to, the identification of training priorities, performance testing, periodization and program design, resistance training, mobility and flexibility training, aerobic and anaerobic, energy system training, speed and agility training, core training, plyometrics, and olympic lifting. This course is designed to enhance the student's level of knowledge attained in EHS 230 and aid in the preparation for the for the National Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification. The scientific and theoretical components of this class will be reinforced with "hands-on" laboratory experiences.
Prerequisite(s): EHS 230 (grade of C or higher) EHS Students Only
Registration for Summer Session I is closed.