KINE 323 Physiology of Exercise

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KINE 323 Physiology of Exercise
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KINE 323 Physiology of Exercise
Vanguard University of Southern California
Division of Natural Science and Mathematics
Department of Kinesiology
Instructor:
Silvie Grote, M.S.
Natural Science and Mathematics Bldg, #16
Office # 101
[email protected]
Office Hours:
MW 12:00-2:00; T 2:15-3:15, Th 12:30-1:30, others by appointment
Text/Readings:
McArdle, W., Katch, F & V. Katch. (2006) Essentials of Exercise Physiology.
Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Willkins.
Adams, G. (2002) Exercise Physiology Lab Manual. New York, NJ: McGraw-Hill.
Catalog Description:
Prerequisite KINE 304. A study of the effects of exercise upon the systems and organs of
the body. Analysis of these systems and how maximum efficiency in physical
performance is achieved. Lecture three hours, laboratory three hours. Lab fee.
Course Description:
This course consists of three 50 minute lectures per week and one two and a half hour
laboratory session per week. The laboratory sessions are designed to gain hands on
experience in the field of exercise physiology.
Kinesiology Mission Statement: The mission of the Department of Kinesiology is to provide personalized
education that will produce highly qualified professionals equipped to become leaders in
their fields capable of impacting their world for Christ.
Vanguard University Educational Targets
Standards:
Objectives/Learning Activities (* indicates field-based
Outcomes
activity)
Performance
assessment
Intellectual
engagement
Demonstrate knowledge
and develop an
understanding of the topics
covered throughout the
semester.
Lectrue/discussion
Library research
Written Exams
Quizzes
Laboratory Assignments
Review Paper
Spiritual formation
Explore the relationship
between spiritual life and
the study of human
physiology.
Lecture/discussion
Written expression
Gain an appreciation of the
camaraderie of Christians
through working together
during laboratory sessions.
Learn current theories and
practices of exercise
physiology, as well as stay
abreast on the latest
developments in this field
Student groups*
Laboratory Assignments
Lecture/discussion
Library research
Review Paper
Laboratory Assignments
Professional
excellence
Aesthetic
KINE 323 Physiology of Exercise
expression
Responsible
stewardship
Sociocultural
responsiveness
Gain an appreciation of
human body and its
intricate design.
Practice wellness in order
to keep yourself healthy
throughout the semester to
complete all the
assignments on time and
participate in the lecture
and lab discussion.
Understand a human body
and its relationship to
stress e.g. exercise and
sports. Learn and
recognize the differences
in age groups and genders
as they relate to human
performance.
Learn about the effects of
drugs on human
performance.
2
Lecture/discussion
Lab*
Lab Assignments
Lecture/discussion
Lab groups*
Written exams
Review Paper
Lab Assignments
Lecture/discussion
Lab groups*
Written exams
Review Paper
Course Format:
The class format includes lectures, class discussions, laboratory assignments and a student generated review paper.
The evaluation process includes exams, quizzes, laboratory assignments and a review paper. Student should bring
note-taking material to lectures and labs and wear clothing appropriate for exercising for every laboratory session.
Course Content:
Introduction to exercise and sports physiology
Muscular control of movement
Neurological control of movement
Neuromuscular Adaptations to Resistance Training
Metabolism and basic energy systems
Hormonal regulation of exercise
Metabolic Adaptations to training
Cardiovascular control during exercise
Respiratory regulation during exercise
Cardiorespiratory adaptations during exercise
Thermoregulation and exercise
Ergogenic aids and performance
Growth, development, and the young athlete
Aging and the older athlete
Cardiovascular disease and physical activity
Course Requirements:
1. Assigned Readings: Read the assigned material from the text. Participate in the class discussion
2. Laboratory Activities: Participate in each laboratory activity as they relate to assigned readings and course
material. Turn in the laboratory assignments on time.
3. Demonstrate knowledge on written quizzes and exams relative to course work assigned.
4. The student will review four articles form the field of exercise physiology; articles will be thematically related
and selected from a professional journal. The article review will be introduced by a two to three page discussion
that ties together the four articles. Such discussion should include a summary and evaluation of the reviewed
literature. Copies of the four journal articles must be turned in with their respective reviews. The paper will be
typed, double spaced with font no bigger than 12. One point penalty a day will apply to all late assignments. The
paper will be presented to the class in a 10 -15 minute power point presentation format.
KINE 323 Physiology of Exercise
Evaluation:
Lecture
Quizzes
Exam #1
Exam #2
Exam #3-Comprehensive Final
Review Paper
Presentation
Total Points:
A = 93%-100%
A- = 92 -90%
B+ = 89-88%
B = 87-83%
B- = 82-80%
C+ = 79-78%
C = 77-73%
C- = 72-70%
3
40pts.
100pts.
100pts.
160pts.
70pts.
30pts.
Lab
Assignments/Homework
Midterm
Final
75pts.
25pts.
25pts
D+ = 69-68%
D = 67-63%
D- = 62-60%
F = 59% and below
Expectations:
All work submitted should be legible and grammatically correct, and computer generated/typed when applicable.
Make-up exams and quizzes will only occur for extreme illness or excused absence and should be cleared ahead of
time with the instructor whenever possible. Laboratory assignments are due the following week.
Absences:
According to the University policy, you may not miss more than 20% of all class sessions or your resulting grade
will be Failure. More than 6 absences will result in an automatic F. Excused absences are for University-sponsored
functions, extreme illness, other situations approved by the instructor.
0-1
3
4
5
6
7
Five extra points added to final grade total
Allowed absences
Grade reduced by ½ letter grade
Grade reduced by one whole letter grade
Grade reduced by 1 ½ letter grades
Failure
Tardiness:
Students are expected to arrive to class on time and will be dismissed on time. Tardiness in excess of 10 minutes
will be counted as an absence.
Disability Statement:
Students with a disability that affects their academic performance are expected to arrange for a conference with the
instructor in order that appropriate strategies can be considered to ensure that participation and achievement
opportunities are not impaired. Students should contact Director of Learning Skills, Barbi Rouse in the Student Life
Center, X 2540.
KINE 323 Physiology of Exercise
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LABORATORY SCHEDULE
Date
Topic
Reading
Jan 10
Introduction to Measurements
Metric Conversions
Ch 1, 2, 3
Jan 17
Body Mass Index
Anthropometric Measurements
Ch 23
Ch 24
Jan 24
Skinfolds
Ch 25
Jan 31
Static and Dynamic Strength
Ch 4, 5
Feb 7
Resting and Exercise Blood Pressure
Ch 16, 17
Feb 21
Resting and Exercise Lung Volumes
Flexibility
Ch 20, 21
Ch 22
Feb 28
Exam
March 7
Vertical Power
Ch 8
March 21
Anaerobic Cycling
Anaerobic Treadmill Running
Ch 9
Ch 11
March 28
Aerobic Stepping
Aerobic Cycling
Ch 13
Ch 16
April 11
Aerobic Run/Walk
Ch 12
April 18
VO2 max, Resting and Exercise ECG
Ch 15, 18, 19
April 25
Exam
The student must be in class for the laboratory exercises to receive credit for the
assignment.
KINE 323 Physiology of Exercise
Course Sequence: Subject to Change
Date
Topic
Week 1-5
An introduction to exercise and sports
physiology
Macronutrients and Micronutrients
Food Energy and Optimum Nutrition for
Exercise
Nutritional and Pharmacologic Aids to
Performance
Fundamentals of Human Energy Transfer
Human Energy Transfer during Exercise
Measuring and evaluation human energygenerating capacities during exercise
Energy expenditure during rest and physical
activity
Week of Feb
12, 2007
Week 6-11
Exam #1
Week of March
26, 2007
Week 12-16
Exam #2
May 2, 2007
8:00-10:00 AM
The pulmonary system and exercise
The cardiovascular system and exercise
The neuromuscular system and exercise
Hormones, exercise, and training
Training the anaerobic and aerobic energy
systems
The environment and special aids to
performance
Body composition, obesity and weight control
Successful Aging
Clinical aspects of exercise physiology
Exam #3- Final
5
McArdle
Katch
Ch 1
Ch 2
Ch 3
Ch 4
Ch 5
Ch 6
Ch 7
Ch 8
Ch 9
Ch 10
Ch 11
Ch 12
Ch 13
Ch 15
Ch 16
Ch 17
Ch 18
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