Santa Ana College- Department of Kinesiology

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Santa Ana College- Department of Kinesiology
Syllabus for Kinesiology 207 (96389) - Physiology of Resistance Exercise
Mark P. Kelly, Ph.D., CSCS, ACE-CPT
Instructor Contacts: [email protected]
Overview
This course is designed as an overview of how the body responds to resistance training. Emphasis is
placed on understanding neuromuscular anatomy and physiology as well as metabolic and hormonal
control of exercise. Students will examine training sequences, equipment selection, and safety factors
including contra-indications for apparently healthy adults.
Student Learning Outcomes
Besides the content and specific skills, this course will provide opportunities to enhance other skills needed
in the real world such as:
a) Students will be able to effectively read and articulate the meaning of a variety of graphs depicting
the relationship between a dependent and independent cardiorespiratory variable.
b) Students will be able to compare and contrast a variety of internet-based health and fitness
information sources.
c) Students will be able to design a resistance training program to help an individual improve
musculoskeletal fitness and or body composition.
d) Students will be able to understand the difference between scholarly publications and lay person
publications.
Course Objectives
After taking this course, students should be able to:
1) Relate skeletal muscle physiology to resistance training.
2) Identify typical and atypical neurologic and skeletomuscular conditions and responses to exercise
as evaluated by strength, power, muscular endurance and coordination.
3) Express the physiological basis for various training principles
4) Analyze body composition and discuss implications on self and society
5) Recognize strength enhancing ergogenic aids and discuss the impact and use or abuse of health
related fitness nutritional regimens
6) Distinguish between research based, safe and effective modifications to resistance training
activities and anecdotal evidence.
Course Content and Required Book
This course will use:
1) Required Text- Kenney, W.L., Wilmore, J.H., & D.L. Costill- Physiology of Sport and Exercise 5th
Ed. (2012). Human Kinetics, Champaign IL.
2) Selected You Tube Videos
3) Selected presentations by nationally recognized certification companies
4) Selected presentations from Dr. Mark P. Kelly
Grading
 4 Unit Tests @ 15% for a total = 60% (In Class)
 4 Study Questions @ 7.5% for a total = 30% (Submitted On Blackboard)
 Final Project-=10% (Hand in Hard Copy- In Class)
o You will perform individual research on nutritional program or ergogenic aid= 10%.
Unit Tests- the unit tests will be standard scantron tests which uses multiple choice, matching, true false,
and fill in the blank. The number of questions for each test may vary somewhat. Tests 1-3 will be on
Mondays to allow you to study over the weekend. Tests will run from 8:05-8:55= so show up on time! I
would advise you to buy 4 scantron sheets in advance and write the following dates in your calendar.
Test dates include:
1- 3/9
2- 3/30
3- 4/27
4- 5/27
Study Questions from your textbook (Kenny, Wilmore, Costill- 8th Ed.) will be due on the Wednesday
before the test except the last one SQ4 will be on the Wednesday before a Wednesday test due to
Memorial Day. You are to do the following questions listed below to get full credit. To get full credit you
should RESTATE THE QUESTION IN BOLD FONT and then answer the question in normal font. I also
expect all work to be typed with at least a line spaced between questions. You may put your answer directly
below the bold faced question. I also expect a COVER PAGE with the following information:
Toward the Top
a) The Assignment name
b) Your name
c) The Course name
1234-
Toward the bottom
d) Santa Ana College
e) Dr. Mark P. Kelly
f) Date
Study Questions: Chapter 1- All (of them), Chapter 3- All (due 3/4)
Study Questions: Chapter 9- All, Chapter 10- All, Chapter 11- 9, 10, 11 (due 3/25)
Study Questions: Chapter 17- All, Chapter 18- All (due 4/22)
Study Questions: Chapter 14- All, Chapter 16- All (due 5/20)
The assignments should be submitted electronically to Blackboard by the due date. You are welcome
to do it early and the acceptance will be shutdown Sunday. Late assignments (those turned in after (8:50A
on the due date) will be accepted with the following deductions: 1 pt.- 1 min to 1 day late, 2 pts up to 3
days, and 3 pts up to Sunday (5 d). Assignments will lose 1 point each for not restating questions or having
a title page or being formatted correctly.
Final Individual Written Project
A) Do a review and research on a given diet program. The research should be comprehensive and
citations and references will be carefully scrutinized. This is basically a scientific (not popular)
review of the research on a given diet. Depending on the subject chosen, the subsections will be
organized accordingly. This review paper should be at least 4 pages (not including pictures) and
have at least 6 references from scientific journals.
1) Introduction to the dietary program- background and theory
2) What the research says about its effectiveness
3) What research is doing now or needs to do to validate the diet
4) Conclusions which draw together all the research into a cohesive theme.
B) Review the research on Ergogenic Aid- same points as above
C) Discuss the diet you have used the past semester and how it worked for you
1) Discuss why you chose this program- scientific support of it
2) Discuss the ease or difficulties you had staying on it
3) Discuss the results of it according to your purposes and if training played a role in the
results as well.
The paper should include:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
Title page (as mentioned)- No very large fonts
Page #- upper right hand corner
Title on 1st page
1 inch margins
Sub-headings
An introduction which gives an overview of the “upcoming paper”
Citations in the text with the authors or group and year
A reference section with the citations listed alphabetically and correctly formatted (APA)
Any pictures or graphs, tables or other figures are referenced in the text and captioned
3 page and 3 reference minimum is also enforced. Grading will be based on the follow categories
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Content
Organization
Punctuation-Grammar-Spelling
Style-Syntax
Formatting
Grades will be on a straight scale, with the final point assignment being at the discretion of the instructor.
Extra credit will be assigned throughout the semester at the instructor’s discretion and will not be accepted
late and it is not necessarily going to be presented on blackboard or available early.
o
o
o
o
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A= 90% and above
B= 89.9%- 80.0%
C= 79.9%- 70.0%
D= 69.9%- 60.0%
F- 59.9% and below
Late assignments- the late deduction on study questions was stated above. Make up on tests must be
arranged prior to the exam and must be taken before the following class. Late final projects will be
accepted on the last day of class at 20% reduction. Thus you will lost 2 pts from your grade.
Attendance
Since regular attendance and being in class on time is expected and critical for your performance in the
course- the roll sheets must be signed each time. You will be given an extra credit quiz, randomly 5 times
during the semester. Each quiz is 1% of your grade. Since quizzes are given in the 1st 10 minutes, you
will need to be on time. In addition, you will receive 5 extra credit points for only missing 2 classes, 4
for missing 3-4, 3 points for missing 5-6, 2 for missing 7-8 classes. Two tardies will be counted as an
absence with this system.
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: Your success in this course is important to me. Santa Ana College and I are
committed to providing reasonable accommodations for all individuals with disabilities. If you have a disability that
may have some impact on your ability to do well in this course, I encourage you to speak with me as soon as
possible. Also, please contact Disabled Student Programs & Services so that we can all collaborate on your
classroom accommodations in a timely manner. DSP&S is located in U-103 and their phone number is 714-5646264. The DSP&S office requires documentation of your disability in order to receive reasonable
accommodations. If you do not have documentation they will work with you to acquire it. I look forward to supporting
you to meet your learning goals.
ACADEMIC HONESTY POLICY: Students at Santa Ana College are expected to be honest and forthright in their
academic endeavors. To falsify the results of one’s research, to steal the words or ideas of another, or to cheat on an
examination, corrupts the essential process by which knowledge is advanced. Academic dishonesty is seen as an
intentional act of fraud, in which a student seeks to claim credit for the work or efforts of another without authorization, or uses unauthorized materials or fabricated information in any academic exercise. As institutions, we also
consider academic dishonesty to include forgery of academic documents, intentionally impeding or damaging the
academic work of others, assisting other students in acts of dishonesty or coercing students into acts of dishonesty.
Course Outline and Schedule
Week Date
Topic
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2/9
2/11
2/16
2/18
2/23
2/25
3/2
3/4
3/9
3/11
3/16
3/18
3/23
3/25
3/30
4/1
4/13
4/15
4/20
4/22
4/27
4/29
5/4
5/6
5/11
5/13
5/18
5/20
5/25
5/27
6/1
6/3
Introduction to the Course & each other
Testing- Theory and Applications
President’s Day- OFF
Skeletal Muscle & Exercise
Skeletal Muscle & Exercise- Weights
Skeletal Muscle & Exercise- non-wts
Neural Control of Exercise- CNS
Neural Control of Exercise- PNS, S/M Integration
Unit Test #1
Adaptations to Resistance Exercise- pt 1
Adaptations to Resistance Exercise- pt 2
Adaptations to Anaerobic Training
Principles of Resistance training
Speed, Agility, Power (SPA)
Unit Test #2
Sex Differences- Mid Range testing (Pre Spring
Break)
SPRING BREAK- OFF
Resistance training for Child/ Adolescent
Resistance training for Aging Populations
Exercise as Medicine- Aging
Training Special Populations
Unit #3
Power and Strength Training for Sport
Muscular Endurance- HIIT Training
SPA. SPIT, HIIT- Training
Nutrition and Sport
Ergogenic/ Hormonal training for Competition
Combining Nutrition & Training & Recovery
Testing/ Studies- Group Project Work
Memorial Day- OFF
Unit #4 Test
Group Projects- Individual Written Project due
Summary of course and extra credit project due
Reading
Project
Exam
Intro
Ch. 1
Ch. 1/MK
Ch. 1/MK
Ch. 3
Ch. 3
(test on 1,3,+)
Ch. 10
Ch. 10
Ch. 11
Ch. 9/ MK
Ch. 9/ MK
Ch. 9-11
Ch. 19
Ch. 17/MK
Ch. 18/MK
MK
MK
Ch. 17-19, +
Ch. 14
MK
MK
Ch. 15
Ch. 16
Ch 15
SQ-1
Test 1
SQ-2
Test 2
SQ-3
Test 3
SQ-4
No class mtg
Ch 14-16
final projects
Extra credit
Test 4
Paper
oral-paper
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